Anastasia Traditional Houses

Address: Andros, Andros, Cyclades, 84501, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Andros


A travel blog entry by lkrochford on Oct 22, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

After picking up some fellow travelers, we headed out on the trusty Ludovita, and ended up anchoring off of Samothraki for a few days. We enjoyed our days playing in the water holes under the water falls, lounging on the rocks in the sun's warm embrace. Ending the day in the natural hot springs of ancient lore was as magical as it was tranquil. A truly peaceful, fun, and easy time! ...

Driving around Andhros Island

A travel blog entry by lindell on Oct 20, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

We hired a car today as David finally got his replacement licence from when it was stolen in Barcelona. A little white car that climbed the big mountains very slowly up into the centre of the island and over to the other side around steep winding roads dotted with white houses, chapels and churches, hand-made stone houses and fences with terracing from the sea level to the tops of hills and mountains.

A lot of the houses are closed up and ...

Bus to Chora

A travel blog entry by lindell on Oct 19, 2014

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... pharmacist from Athens visiting her grandfather. We went to the main Museum and the Contemporary Museum and saw some lovely sculptures in bronze and marble by an artist called Michalis Tobros.

We spent the day wandering around the town and back streets and then caught the mini bus back to Batsi. It was taking people down to the ferry and there were a lot of us and luggage all in this little bus making it's way down the steep hillside!


Greek Easter and More!

A travel blog entry by leighanne on Apr 28, 2008

... down to Plaka and the flea market in Monasitraki and did a little shopping. Then we went to see the National Theater which is under construction right now, but you could tell that it was beautiful when it was in its prime. Then we went to see the University of Athens, Athens Academy, and the National Library of Greece. The library was by far my favorite of the three. Its collections include over 700,000 titles! Greek publishers are required to send 2 copies of all ...

Mediterranean Cruise

A travel blog entry by vagabond07 on Apr 06, 2007

... lamenting the death of Christ." CRUISE DAY 1!!!!! We got up early to drive to Athens where our ship, the , departed from. It was a long wait, but once they actually started taking our passports and verifying our tickets, we were done quickly! Once we were on the boat, Laura and I unpacked and started exploring. We found the "garden" ...a very disappointing plastic tree grove with plastic flowers. Then ...

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