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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Smaragdi Hotel Perissa
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... saw them we realised they would not only satisfy our hunger but completely demolish it! We had 4 sandwiches each PLUS chips AND drinks. We were full to say the least. Just before we left the cafe the sky turned black and the heavens opened. The little lane soon turned into a small river and we were trapped. Darcy assured me it would pass (which it did). Afterwards we wandered back to the hotel, stopping at a little kiosk to ...
... Flora! The owner's personality was awesome. He had some great catch phrases, everything at Flora and Oia was apparently "the best of the best" ! Which we would have to agree. We headed back on the ATV and hit up the pool, since the weather was now hot. We met an English couple from Reading, Dani and Rich. We went for dinner to Parea with them, followed by stopping at 2 bars. The Highlander and Murphy's. It was a great day/night!
... was lucky as the food here was very expensive. After lunch we walked up a super steep pathway to the old village that was at the top of the hill. If you are rich (or lazy) you can pay €5 for a mule to take you up to the top of the hill. The village wasn't that much to see but the view from the top of the hill was nice. From here we boarded our boat again and this time we were dropped off at the town ...
MYKONOS: The sun was shining and we were ready to begin our island hopping adventure. The ferry took 5 hours to get there but was well worth the wait. It also gave us sometime to get to know a few people on our tour before we got to the islands. With white houses, blue doors and shutters and perfect blue waters, Mykonos was beautiful. We camped in Mykonos in a small shed like tent which was just a stones throw away from the water. It was a really happening place at both campsites, ...
... our bundle off we went exploring. The paths are lined with little restaurants, bars, art galleries and tourist shops and yet it doesn't feel too touristy. There are so many little hiding spaces that you could spend forever weaving through the labyrinth of paths and never really learn your way around. We found a great restaurant overlooking the water and set up here for most of the afternoon enjoying the sunshine and view. From our table we could see the ...