Sun Beach Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... weeks on Naxos but had never found its source until today. We followed the sound at about 11AM and came to a stone wall which we then looked over to see quote the bizarre scene. There was what one would assume to be a portly PE teacher blowing his whistle as some 75 school kids maybe 12-16 years old walked/marched slowly around and around in a circle. Their arms at some points made this look like a ...
... and french.
First of all we left the town and drove into the heart of the island, where we went to a small village. Here we went to see an olive press museum, then walked down and saw a traditional ceramic maker. We saw how he made his pots and jars. We then got back on the bus and left that village and went to another village. Here we went to a distillery museum, where we got to do some tastings of the product, hear about the history and see some of ...
I got up after 8.30am, showered, dressed and then went looking for breakfast. In this hotel/ hostel it is provided on a tray for you. Just juice, coffee, toast and an egg. Nice. After eating i
went back to the room, got ready for the day, then organized my washing. The hotel/hostel also provides a pick up service for washing – leave it in a bag, it gets washed and comes back. Simple. After dealing with that i used the WiFi, then left the hostel/hotel.
I went for ...
Today was another travel day. I got up at 8.30am, showered, dressed, then ate breakfast from the brought up tray. I then got ready for the day, packed my bag, downloaded and sorted pictures, used the WiFi and then took my bags downstairs. Here i checked out and then walked from the hotel to the ferry terminal building. It was a nice walk along the waterfront. I got to the ferry building and it was ...
The Monastery in the centre of the little island Naxos is definitely off the beaten and a "must see" for all history interested travelers.
To get there one must open a rusty, old door which is held close with a thin rope and follow the long dusty road up the hill. Unfortunately there ...