TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Nagres Paros
Travel Blogs from Paros
Our last day on Santorini and we awoke to another glorious day so it was hard to leave. After another delicious breakfast served to us by our gracious hosts we thought we'd better have one last walk to take in the views and walk off a little of our breakfast. Impossible to walk it all off. It was tortilla and some kind of pastry as well as grapes and cheese accompanied by the freshly squeezed orange juice and black brewed coffee. We had to be out of our room by ...
... food and driving made me so tired. As I dozed in the sun, I was stirred by the insistent meowing of another cat seeking some attention. I have to say, I'm not normally a cat person, but I'm growing quite fond of Greek cats.
I took the long way back to the hotel, stopping in at various bays for more picture opportunities and then drive around and around trying to find my hotel. So many little one way streets that all look the same.
... made everyone laugh with my attempts and many falls.
By the end of if Greg's body realised he is turning 43 next week, and swan diving off the largest jump might not of being the best idea.
Paros is a very beautiful destination.
Yet another perfect Greek Island!
... with flowers. It is meant to represent the funeral of Jesus. They do Greek chant( which is sort of like Gregorian Chant ) and take the coffin through the streets; they then meet up with all the other coffins from other churches. It is the saddest thing I have seen and it touched me deeply. To me, it captured Jesus Christ's sacrifice perfectly-It went to the heart of the matter and ironically, despite it's sorrowful nature, it was one of the highlights of my trip.
... situation. Luckily, once we understand (and accepted) our toilet paper limitations, it was smooth sailing from then on.
Excerpt from Catherine's Journal:
Experiencing no-wifi was pleasant in its own way. We played so many gamed instead. Like ace-duce, which was on the same board as checkers, cards and so much more. One of my favorites was war. It was a card game of pure luck, but it was fun to. You each started ...