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Travel Blogs from Mykonos Town
... cash in around midnight, but I struggled through. And at the very least our hotel and time on the beach was amazing.
On another note, I would like to apologize for the lack of pictures and request everyone take a moment of silence to remember 'Casio Exilim 28mm Wide Optical' digital camera, who passed away in the line of duty during the Mykonos trip due to an unretractable lens error. You have been with me since I ...
... things, to think that the overwhelming majority of the earth is made up of this blue desert.
No voyage lasts forever, and soon enough we arrived in Naxos which is the largest and most mountainous island in the Cyclades. Naxos is home to Mount Zeus, the highest point in the Cyclades islands, although still a far cry from the mighty Mount Olympus. One of the most interesting things about the Cyclades islands is the variety of ambience as you cross from ...
... at the bawdy statues and calendars for sale in the souvenir shops in town, it seems things haven't changed much since then.
During the Renaissance many of the Cycladic islands were actually part of the Venetian Empire, giving them a distinct Venetian flare. Following that period they seem to have been ignored by history, and faded into anonymity and poverty until a tourist boom in the 1970's got the economy moving again. Now a world ...
... across a small sandy beach (only about fifteen metres wide) and decided to take a dip here. Lisa the water seemed much saltier than at Manarola, but it was beautiful, so relaxing! We have now had a dip in the Mediterranean Sea as well as the Aegean Sea. Looking on our maps though, this one seems to be called the Ionic Sea - not sure so we will stick with the names we believe it to be! There is a nice ...
... and set a direct course for Finikas. This is a small fishing village on the southeastern side of Siros which in addition to a small harbor for fishing and pleasure boats also has a fair seized naval base/harbor which housed one rather dilapidated frigate (not a great confidence builder for the Greek navy)! The outside quay of the fishing harbor provided very good anchorage as long as one is careful to " keep of the quay" to prevent damage ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet