Aeolos Bay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Making our way north to Athens to eventually catch our flight to Rome, we took an overnight ferry from Leros, to Syros (so we could get to Tinos which was our final island).
Here it got interesting. We caught an overnight ferry which arrived at 0430. Our next ferry was not until 1130. What to do in the meantime as the ferry station didn't open until 0900? Well, we slept on a park ...
... told us about some of the artifacts here and then gave us a chance to find lunch and explore further. This area of the island is known for rooster. So i found a place that served it and had rooster pasta. It was very nice. After lunch i walked around the village, went to the natural history museum, then walked up the highest parts of town, saw some of the views, then headed back down and got on the bus.
From the marble village we went to Apollonian. This ...
... was called this. I parked my buggy and went for a walk along the beach, then came back to the buggy and continued on until the road ended.
At the end of the road i went back out to the beach, walked along it, had a swim and then relaxed on the sand. I then went back to the buggy and headed back along the road, i stopped for an early lunch at one of the taverns along side the beach. After eating and drinking i went back out. I found another spot to park and went for a walk ...
... so i found that and got on. We then drove through town to the Soula hotel/hostel on st Georges beach. I checked in and went to the room. As i was staying in the hostel part, i was with some of the girls that i came in on the pick up with.
After unpacking, i went for a walk, first using the hostel WiFi, then walked into town. I checked out some of the hire places, then got a coffee, checked out some of ...
... islands so far have been. The beaches on Mykonos were incredible. My first observation of Mykonos was the lack of pedestrian areas - the roads were narrow and windy so at times we had to pull our suitcases along the beach, literally on the sand, in order to get from the port to where we were staying. The first two nights we stayed near the port and about a 15 minute walk from Mykonos town. It was called Pension Alexandra and it was run by a lovely family who were always ...