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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
We arrived in Naxos on our comfortable and speedy aquajet and were thankfully met by an agent who showed us to our transfer and organised the information for our stay (things were looking up!).
Our hotel was on the outskirts of the main area and check in was simple before being shown to our room and getting a run-down of the area and the island.
With the plan of a very chilled out night in our heads we decided ...
... associated travel agent we had booked this trip through so that we could get our ongoing ferry tickets and an itinerary. Eventually we found the building but it is now a souvenir store and had been for some time, this certainly left us scratching our heads.With time getting on we finally stopped and enjoyed the last hot rays of the afternoon sun with a coffee and a tea before grabbing some supplies, picking up our washing and heading for home.The night was once again ...
... from Naxos. As always the ride was smooth and sunny. The owner of our small, family run hotel named Marisa came to pick us up at the port and shuttled us away to our hotel room. Once settled we ventured out to find some dinner and then wandered around the winding streets of Paros's old town. The narrow alleyways are quite well lit and night, and the shops stay open pretty late, making the evening a wonderful time to explore the city.
... in, as if doing so would narrow the girth of the bus and allow us to pass unscathed. Somehow it worked and we arrived at the edge of the town safe and sound. We spent the next few hours wandering down extremely narrow cobble stone streets past steep stairways, pots of geraniums, and emerald green, turquoise and royal blue shuttered houses and buildings. Every now and then a fuchsia bougainvillea would spill down a wall or ...