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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free airport shuttle
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... to get in the water as it was deep and choppy from the wind. It was quite clear as well so you could see dark shapes at the bottom. I had to tell myself multiple times they were just rocks and seaweed. After getting up the courage to dive in the water (more like not wanting to be the last in swimming all by myself) I made it to the cave entrance puffing and panting. My lack of exercise and asthma showed so I was ...
We got up a bit earlier today so that we could get to the archaeological site before the bus loads of tourists from the cruise ships who have no idea what these ruined walls are all about. It took about 20 mins to walk from our hotel (but 40 mins back as it was all uphill). In truth, first impressions were that it was a load of old tumble down walls but as you got into it you could appreciate the sophistication of the plumbing and sewerage system 1600 years before the Romans, and ...
... with 3 beds air conditioning an ensuite a balcony and tv all at our disposal. It was heaven.
We went down to the pool area for lunch and then went for a walk to get some supplies ie drinks for the afternoon. Along with some water and stuff. We spent the mid afternoon sitting on a beach bed and yes it is exactly what I said it’s a bed with a canopy sitting on the sand, queen size if not king! We need to get that Aus it was incredible. We all sat ...
... but with an O....and nothing like Paris.
Finally recovered, I was up and about and ready to travel to our next destination in the Cyclades, Paros. An island most commonly known for its white marble and was once a major party destination in the Greek Islands, it has become a place of relaxation. We piled ourselves into our hostel transport and headed toward Jimmy's hostel. That night Rachel and ...
... red color and the water is gentle and calm because the beach sits in a protective cove. Unfortunately it was a bit crowded and we wanted to see more of the island so we made our way back to our scooter. We stopped in the town of Perissa for lunch and some beach time. The beach is a black sand beach and very built up. There are many taverna's lining the beach lounge chairs are abundant. What they neglect to tell you ...