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... told us about some of the artifacts here and then gave us a chance to find lunch and explore further. This area of the island is known for rooster. So i found a place that served it and had rooster pasta. It was very nice. After lunch i walked around the village, went to the natural history museum, then walked up the highest parts of town, saw some of the views, then headed back down and got on the bus.
From the marble village we went to Apollonian. This ...
... island for tomorrow. I then walked into the port area of town, then had dinner at a roof top restaurant, it had great views of the sun setting, also had good food. After dinner i wandered around the town, i went to the bookshop, went and picked up a new hat and some souvenirs. I then got a drink and some bananoff pie at this beer palace cafe, i then walked to the beach and walked along it. I had a drink, relaxed in a chair and then headed back to the hotel/hostel and did some reading before bed.
... was very full by the end. I then went for a walk, walked down to
the port area and went to this place called coffee and cream. Here i had a coffee and some dessert, then went for a walk back to st Georges beach, took a seat at one of the beach side bars and had a drink here, i then walked along to another bar and had a different drink. After that i walked back to the hostel, read for a bit and then went to bed.
... know us and I`m sure they would look after us. The rooms are better than I thought and the price they quote is 35 euros. We are also shown an end room which we decide to take . It will be atmospheric with the fumes wafting in from the taverna, but it has great views which are complimented by the electric wires which romantically break the view up nicely!
We have a greek salad in our room in the evening, we need to save our pennies.
Naxos is great! This is the biggest island in the Cyclades island group and has some ancient ruins that are accessible by car including the cave where the Greek god Zeus was raised and the Temple of Demeter. And the main town at the port has an almost maze like layout so wandering aimlessly and getting lost is fun. All good stuff I suppose.
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