Orloff Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... the festival and buying some goodies (including eating the best baclava I have ever had in my life), a few fellows and I headed further inland on the island to visit the Temple of Aphaia. This temple is number two in the trifecta of temples in the country which is often called the "Holy Triangle."
This triangle is formed by three main temples that you can visit- The ...
... of Idra it was calm and very hot.
We decided to carry on across the Gulf of Idra and settled in for the night on the Pelopponese Coast
We are finally out of the meltemi!
We also seem to have sailed back into civilization, a lot more boats around. Also a lot of fast ferries as we are now not far from Athens.
We got up early the morning of Tuesday, June 22, 2010 for our Greek island tour. The shower was scolding hot that morning. The day before it was freezing. I informed Nick about the shower after I got out and before he got in. A few moments later I heard swearing coming from the bathroom. My warnings didn't help. We all met downstairs in the lobby and then boarded the bus that would take us to our boat. On the way there Brady informed ...
... the breeze.
The next challenge is food. We haven’t eaten a meal since the wonderful breakfast and it is now 6:00 in the evening. There is no internet access in the house so we will have to post to the blog every evening around dinner time.
Ok so now we are at the Pirate Bar, in front of the Ydra Harbor. They have Wi-Fi and secure wi-fi.. This will be a wonderful week. Currently at the main Cathedral there is a Wedding lots of woman in black, what’s up with ...
... by Barge. The tap water has quite an unpleasant taste, making it undesirable for drinking. Hydra is a relatively close 40 nautical miles from Athens, making it a popular weekend stop for Athenians. The principal source of revenue is tourism, and there are a variety of accommodations on the island, mostly near the Port area. Except for a garbage truck and one other vehicle, no cars or motor bikes are allowed on the island. All goods come in by sea, with the ...