Londos Hotel

Address: Piso Livadi, Paros, Cyclades, 84400, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Piso Livadi, is near Parikia Town, Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral, and Archaeological Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Piso Livadi


    A travel blog entry by hollyingram92 on Aug 06, 2015

    ... chocolate parfait, chocolate caramel and many more. So all in all a very relaxed time spent in Naxos. Oh except we are pretty sure the maid took €20 euros from each of us on the first day so we are now locking up our belongings. It was a very cute place, definitely somewhere to bring small children so who knows maybe one day we will be back together plus minions. I hope this week has been good for you and as relaxed as finishing your job and starting another can be. I love you ...

    The final bit

    A travel blog entry by marrol on Aug 05, 2015

    ... sat outside on the bow of the boat, the Greek Waters Pilot open in front of me. One option was to clean the filter as G had proposed and to go to Parikia hoping that we would get there with a working engine. Yet the chance that the engine would only work temporarily seemed too large and approaching Parikia without an engine (and possibly no wind) was too risky: a current towards the rocks in front of the bay had caused many ships to sink in the past, including the ...

    Schinoussa to Paros

    A travel blog entry by marrol on Aug 04, 2015

    ... There was no way around diving down with a knife and cutting it loose one rope at a time. I had been under the boat before, and it was never pleasant. The feeling of being under water with a big object above me and and the possibility to get stuck in the ropes scared me more than I had hoped. The others gave me the sharpest knife they could find, I swam to the side of the boat and dived. The first time at the propeller, I panicked too quickly to achieve anything. I tried ...


    A travel blog entry by cheersyd on Jul 14, 2015

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    ... enough to give up their seat for him... The bus was hot and crowded with loud Greeks. There was also a homeless family with multiple children that kept running up and down the aisles. Our theory is that they are pick pocketing. Try to picture the entire aisle of the bus full of squished bodies and then the bus driver stopping at every stop to load more people because he needed their money. Every time we stopped i just looked at dad and asked how they were going to fit, ...

    Sea urchin hunting and eating with pasta!

    A travel blog entry by globalshepherds on Sep 07, 2014

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    ... people. Truly a magical experience.

    I would like to think that we had so enjoyed the experience that our combined happy energies conjured up the appearance of the very same person who taught Manne and Anette how to harvest and eat sea urchins - Nami. Anette was trying to take a nap and she kept hearing Italian voices and what sounded like several mentions of "Nami". When she got up to see, Nami was there and asking Anette, "what are YOU doing here?!" ...