Hotel Senia

Address: Naoussa, Macedonia Region, 84401, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Naoussa

Third Port of Call

A travel blog entry by newtoa on Nov 28, 2014

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The view from the ship of traditional white houses with blue trim was unmistakeable Greek! We took a water taxi from the ship to Mykonos to walk around town and enjoy the picture-postcard views. The weather was slightly warmer than yesterday and we enjoyed a rain-free day. The sun actually shone brightly this ...

Nothing much Naxos

A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 18, 2014

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... night’s plans with a decision made that we would be going to Switzerland and bugger the backpacker budget we were going to enjoy ourselves.All this time inside did lead to a bit of cabin fever though and Brendon put on a rather hilarious but mostly uncoordinated dance rendition to the song Happy.

Out last morning in Naxos was brief with time for a sleep in and breakfast before our port ...

Mesmerising Mykonos

A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 15, 2014

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... The location we had and the view were both amazing, opening our door onto our private balcony that looked over the pool surrounding buildings all the way to the sparkling blue water.The various hotels and houses with their blue domes and shutters on blinding whitewash walls were just like the pictures and the visions that had been playing about in our heads.Our first stop from the hotel was the very short walk down the hill to the beach, given the time of year that we ...

Delving into Delos

A travel blog entry by kay27 on Oct 12, 2014

5 comments, 14 photos

We took to the high seas (well, it was pretty calm, really) and ventured to Delos which was the sacred and political centre; now an important mythological, historical and archaeological site. It was supposedly the birthplace of the twin gods, Apollo and Artemis. Much walking and goat-track traversing was needed to explore the remains of what would have been a bustling centre when 30 000 inhabitants called it home back in 3 000 BC; there are now 14 people living there. There was a ...

Day 26 (Mykonos)

A travel blog entry by kimrop88 on Jun 24, 2014

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... A lot of the others rented quads and scooters today to explore the island and we saw them around. The town was very cute, lots of little alleyways with shops everywhere selling all sorts of stuff, was fun just to get lost and wander. I got some new togs because I did a really **** job at packing my day pack in Athens and left mine behind in my big bag. The pharmacist gave me antibiotics ...