Homers Inn

Cyclades, Cyclades, 84001, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cyclades

Greece Part 2: Santorini and Paros

A travel blog entry by tadtravels

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... all sizes. At the entrance of the cave, there is the white chapel of Agios Ioannis Spiliotis, built in the 18th century.

We made it to the bottom of the cave and back up again. Down was much easier. They have done a great job at making it very accessible and they even have a small bridge like structure about half way down that you can walk across and get the feeling of being in the center of it all.

After the cave we drove to Soros Beach. ...

Moped adventures ending badly

A travel blog entry by emily.hall.7758

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... said there was a free bus to the ferry and told me how to find it. Her instructions seemed very simple, as they always do from someone familiar with the place so I climbed the steps with my 20kg pack on my back then crossed the road and climbed down the steps and went to the bus stop where there was a crowd of people waiting. I tried asking a few people to help me with which bus would take me to the right port but couldn't find someone with enough English skills. I then jumped on a ...

Ghost Town

A travel blog entry by pam_steve

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... in the bus and the locals were stoked to show us all the best party spots. One of the party girls was explaining to us what she did 'for a living’… “People pay me to give them a shot, and then slap them in the face with paint on my hand. That is why I have black paint splattered all over my body. I’m still drunk and haven’t been home yet.” We. Are. Terrified. Hahaha Our hotel turned out to ...

The More the Merrier

A travel blog entry by mrush

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... going to get around. Our guide, Kylie, tells us when and where we need to be and she handles the details of getting us off to our next adventure.

Like I said in the last post, I am here to eat, drink and get a tan. It's been lovely to not have to think about anything else.


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Day Thirty - Danny's Birthday

A travel blog entry by stigandwally

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... the loss of her daughter, the world descends into winter, but for the sixth months she returns to the world above, Demeter rejoices and we have spring and summer. The temple was therefore built as a place for the rural folk who worked the land to come and worship. It was unique in that it was built entirely out of marble and must have been stunning in its original state.

However, we didn't have time to dally and so we were soon back on Munkey, who took us through ...

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This hotel, located on Cyclades, Cyclades, is near Parikia Town, Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral, and Archaeological Museum.
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