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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... to say, we didn't swim for long! We had some nice cool melon during the morning and I also had a refreshingly cold beer. The afternoon comprised of writing a couple of missed journal entries and an amazing lunch. I went for pizza and Lisa had a Greek prawn dish. They were both very well made and tasty as anything. I think we have found a great restaurant here. After lunch we went for a short walk to the end of ...
Mikonos was full of people but still ok to move around (apparently the crowds can be unbearable in the high season). It's the most popular of the Greek Islands along with Santorini. It's also the best island for nightclubbing (not that we stayed up too late, but we did enjoy a cocktail). The gays take over after midnight!
Despite the ...
... is full of mythological history and the bays and beaches are simply magical. The visit today is relatively short but given the small size and nature of the island it was really a stop worthy of a few hours of our time. The painted villages, the little churches and hundred of windmills made the visit today worthwhile.
Of significance as a natural decoration was the crawling Bougainvillea - it was everywhere and a part of every ...
... others at the bar, joined in at happy hour and had a few drinks before we got on the coaches to go into town. The trip to town took about 30 minutes and then we started a walking tour with a local guide. This was the treasures of Mykonos optional. We walked around the town, saw buildings, churches, good places to eat and then the windmills, we did the usual pictures.
After the walking tour, we went to the same restaurant as last time, then food choices were the same as ...
... day, it was a thriving middle-class town with impressive temples. Delos was a free port, so commercial activity congregated here. Rich merchants, bankers and ship-owners from all over the world settled here, attracting many builders, artists and craftsmen who built for them luxurious houses, richly decorated with statues, frescoes and mosaic floors. The small island soon became the greatest commercial centre of the world.
The Sacred Way, leading ...