Apollon Hotel Paros
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to describe marble or china of similar qualities. We walked through the narrow cobbled paths. streets. The narrow white-washed streets are delliberately unstructured.
The attraction most people talk about in Paros is the Panagia Ekatontapiliani, literally meaning "church of the hundred doors". Its oldest features date back to 391 AD. It is said to have been founded by the mother of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great (ruled ...
... and french.
First of all we left the town and drove into the heart of the island, where we went to a small village. Here we went to see an olive press museum, then walked down and saw a traditional ceramic maker. We saw how he made his pots and jars. We then got back on the bus and left that village and went to another village. Here we went to a distillery museum, where we got to do some tastings of the product, hear about the history and see some of ...
... beach. This time i found a part of the beach that was nudist friendly, walking past them i found another spot and swam, then got out, headed back to the buggy and continued on. My last stop was at part of the beach where you could hire chairs. Here i hired one, got a drink and swam a bit, then came in, relaxed on the chairs.
I packed up about 3pm and headed back into the port, getting lost on the way and when i made it back into the town, could not find the right road back to the ...
... I then went for a walk up to the ruins that overlook the town. The ruins of the temple of Athena or something. There was lots of wind, but i was able to get some good pictures. I then came back down, walked through town and went back to the hotel/hostel after picking up some groceries from the nearby shops.At the hostel i dropped off stuff and then got changed to beach wear. I then went down to St Georges ...
... br> Mykonos, like most of the Greek Isles, is a dry and barren island covered by rocks, brown dirt and little else by way of vegetation. In stark contrast to the dark-colored land, the gorgeous and uniform "sugar-cube" white washed houses and churches dot the chai-colored landscape. As I would learn from Anna’s brother, Stefan, building is restricted on the island to preserve the beautiful setting of sparse white-colored houses. If a landowner builds a ...