Anastasia Traditional Houses

Address: Ano Gavrio - Andros, Andros, Cyclades, 84501, Greece | Hotel
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    Idyllic Greek island life

    A travel blog entry by kiwi.campers on Sep 06, 2015

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    ... far. The landscape is extremely hilly and dry with sparse vegetation. Houses/apartments on the island are all the mandatory white with blue shutters.
    Our first two days were spent in a beach town near Lavrios south of Athens. Eva's parents retreat here often to escape the heat of Athens. Most of Greece returns to work/school tomorrow. ...

    Job swap

    A travel blog entry by roxie.carpenter on Aug 29, 2015

    ... topped with bright blue roofs.First though, a long journey to get there. I first jump aboard a clients yacht who is heading back to Sivota early allowing me an extra day to make it to Mykonos to meet my new yacht. A night in Nikkiana, a 7 hour coach journey to Athens, 2 buses and I arrive in Rafina. One taxi ride and a ferry later I arrive on what I believe to be Mykonos.With a plan in my head of lunch ...


    A travel blog entry by aingram on May 19, 2015

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    ... of the afternoon we saw a beautiful sunset near the famous Mykonos windmills. We enjoyed our lunch so much we went back to the same place for dinner. I had a yummy pork souvlaki. Riding our bikes home in the dark was a bit scaring because the drivers are a little bit crazy on the local roads. We had a very lazy day the next day and just relaxed on the beach. Had a yummy gyros for lunch which is what we consider a souvlaki at home... A little ...

    Day 17

    A travel blog entry by seeme on Jun 07, 2014

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    ... with the biggest balcony in hotel. Note there are only two other rooms in the hotel like is. Now more about the island- this is lovely. It's not a tourist type island- more locals and people from the mainland (Athens - Greece) visit here. There is a small village up the road, not even a 5 minute walk. This island is where Sylvia's mothers side of the family come from. The island population consists of huge shipping, yachting and fishing people from what we've been told. Enjoy the ...

    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 ...

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