Anastasia Traditional Houses

Address: Ano Gavrio - Andros, Andros, Cyclades, 84501, Greece | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by aingram on May 19, 2015

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    ... though because they but French fries in them too, weird! Another topdeck trip arrived at the camp site today too, slightly rowdier than our group though... So much so that after 19 days in to their tour two people who had met on the tour were already married!!!! Had another nice dinner at the restaurant at Paraga beach after watching the sunset up on the hill behind us. 6am start the next day bound for one night in Athens and then on to ...


    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

    ... fifteen minutes. When we went back the lovely old man said there was no food for fifteen minutes so we could have a drink. David ordered a particular beer that was out of stock, but was happy with another. Then the man came out and asked what we would like to order from the menu. We started to say, and he said, well I only have this and this and this. We ordered two stuffed chicken dishes. He came back five minutes later and said they only had ...

    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

    Important facts to understand cruise....It was Easter weekend. Easter is the most important holiday in Greece. Therefore, most of the archaeological sights we would have seen were closed, and the islands weren't running on a normal schedule. Greek Orthodox Easter information: "Many Orthodox fast before Easter, and are not allowed to eat various foods such as meat, butter, milk as well as olive oil for the ...

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