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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVencia Hotel Mykonos Town
Service and the location was impecable, unfortunately our bed was HARD... We did not sleep very well at all.
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That being said, the last couple of days have had their fill of adventures, and I'm glad to finally sit down and be able to post about them! On Saturday I left Ankara and flew to Thessaloniki, Greece, where I'll be based for a few days before heading back to Istanbul. I planned my time based around what I needed to see in this area, and ended up scheduling an extra day here just in case anything else came up that I needed to see or I had any trouble ...
Today was a public holiday (see yesterday's entry) and everything was closed except the cafés which were doing a great business. The sun was out for a lot of the day too.
The school kids were out in force again with their marching and drumming and having a great time. There were priests and lots of dignataries laying wreaths and then more marching and drumming through the lined streets. It was quite moving to see.
We love the Greeks. They ...
... more winding roads.
The scenery is quite spectacular and not how I imagined a Greek Island!
At one road junction we came across a Greek man selling fruit from the back of his truck. He came over to the car and was keen to chat with us telling us his wife was from Sydney. He then insisted we go and look at his fruit. He told us he came from six generations of farmers on Naxos.
He kept ...
Naxos was a wonderful choice for our first Greek island experience. With accommodations 150m away from the beach and 200m away from the town's main promenade, we were perfectly positioned in Chora. Caleb's schooling routine now established, he began the day with 1hr "Phys. Ed." With dad on the beach, 2hrs of the R's with me, lunch, and then time to explore before dinner at a seaside taverna. What bliss.
Beyond the town lies greater Naxos: tiny villages ...
... to construct which makes me wonder why so many were needed. I'm thinking the land was divided and re-divided over the years as it was handed down from generation to generation making the parcels today quite small. I cut through fields of hay that had recently been harvested as well as potato fields. I saw potatoes but wasn't sure if they were rejects or if the field just had not been harvested yet. The road I took, of course, didn't track along ...