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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dozen marble columns lining the front gave us a really good idea of the scale of this ancient marketplace. We walked around the rest of the ruins with a new found appreciation for what it would have looked like in 400 BC or so.
At the top of the hill in the Agora was the Temple of Hephaestus and it was a much more complete ruin that we had seen so far so it provided us with an awesome example (or closer at least) of what these religious buildings would have looked ...
... from the stark white buildings to the deep blue water glistening below. The town itself was filled with artist's shops and reminded us of areas in America such as Laguna, CA or Sedona, AZ. We walked the narrow alleyways strategically skipping from one shaded store to another to escape the blistering sun. We ate gyros from a local vendor and then took the bus back to Fira. We scrapped plans to go to Kamari, the black sand beach. Laying out on ...
... while (which included one person giving us wrong directions and many unnecessary stairs), we found our accommodation, Angel Cave Houses. The slanted steps down are the hardest ever to navigate, they are made of uneven round rocks…you basically need hiking boots…not that we had any of course.
We have a cute little studio apartment, which doesn’t feel like a cave at all except that the bathroom ceiling is ...
... blue doors and window frames.
As we are heading back for the main square, we find some windmills and also do a bit of shopping. no jewelry today but we find some cute things. I've decided that a good many of the ceramics though look very Turkish. They have a lot of the stylized tulips on them that Turkey is quite famous for making so we asked one shop keeper and he said that they were representative of the ...
Ios was alot of fun but also very eventful. I arrived at Ios already sick, visited the medical centre and got prescribed to antibiotics and steroids. After being told I had bronchitis, I decided to ignore the fact I was sick and continued to party with everyone else. We almost got kicked out of our hostel and ended up with a 400 euro fine for supposedly breaking an umbrella which we didn't break at all! We just figured it was best not to argue ...