Hotel Alkyon Siros
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Siros
... disembarked- seasick, tired and hungry.
That's us - before the seasickness hit..... That ship was rolling!
This is evidence that we are journaling...any chance we get...this pic is taken at the airport, awaiting our flight from Athens to London ...
... any form of exterior design creativity. We stumble across the section of town know as Little Venice, where the ocean meets the town, and cafes are built along the water's edge and balconies of houses overhang the water. With a good imagination, it's a little bit like Venice - but without the Gondalas. The next attraction on the hill overlooking the water is a row of Venetian windmills. These impressive large structures were built in the 16th century ...
... village. We proceeded along winding road and barren landscape to Dryopeda a picturesque town of red roofs and winding streets.
After a quick swim on one of the remote beaches we drove back to the boat. We were invited for drinks on board by our neighbors Bill and Janet, 2 retired pilots from California who are in the home stretch of a circumnavigation on board S/V Airstream. A very pleasant finale to an enjoyable stay on ...
... recently been discovered and researched so there was still little information. We just caught the sunset before returning the vehicles. Everyone went out for dinner again, I stayed in and showered while they had pre dinner drinks and then joined them at the restaurant just next to the dock before we headed off on another, but better planned evening sail. I tried to stay up for the whole sail because it was a beautiful, night with a full moon. But fatigue overcame me and I retired for ...
Today we got up early as our shuttle to the port was leaving at 08.00 in order for us to catch a 09.00 ferry to Tinos and then the 15.00 ferry to Syros via Paras, Naxos, Ios, Mykonos(I think those were all the stops)
The first ferry was called Superjet which is a high speed catamaran boat where you get allocated seats and everybody sits for the duration of the trip. So no sitting on the deck.
We have been taking sea sickness tablets just in case and I think in this instance ...