- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... gorgeous vistas, beaches, and more great Greek cuisine. We rented a car for one day but could easily have filled another day with a 4x4. I was surprised by the arid landscape beyond the fertile valley of the interior, yet this is an island with more green space than others in the Cyclades. I suppose I associate islands (Vancouver Island, Ireland) with verdure but such is not the case in Greece.
We attended a cultural evening of music and dance one night ...
... After that we had time to get a coffee and explore the village. There were a few shops, that sold the usual souvenirs, i had a look at the shops and then went for a walk.
Soon we got back on the bus and drove to marble town. Along the way getting some good views as we got to the highest points in the island, seeing some amazing churches and small little towns, also going on windy roads. At the marble village our guide walked us to the ...
... island for tomorrow. I then walked into the port area of town, then had dinner at a roof top restaurant, it had great views of the sun setting, also had good food. After dinner i wandered around the town, i went to the bookshop, went and picked up a new hat and some souvenirs. I then got a drink and some bananoff pie at this beer palace cafe, i then walked to the beach and walked along it. I had a drink, relaxed in a chair and then headed back to the hotel/hostel and did some reading before bed.
... was very full by the end. I then went for a walk, walked down to
the port area and went to this place called coffee and cream. Here i had a coffee and some dessert, then went for a walk back to st Georges beach, took a seat at one of the beach side bars and had a drink here, i then walked along to another bar and had a different drink. After that i walked back to the hostel, read for a bit and then went to bed.
... watched the sun set through 'The Gate', the marble gate of the temple of Apollo. which is all that is there of the temple. It dates back to 522 BC and looks like its Really broken down over time but construction of the temple was never finished way back then. The sunset was spectacular, as you will see in the pictures. We stayed up there for hours, shared a bottle of wine (after all the monument is an honoring to the wine god!) and watched the sky change colours, listened ...