Yialos Beach Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... choose for us.
Ours is in the courtyard onto the pool and Ruth's at the front. All of them are different and comfy and clean. Still having problems with Greek beds but nearly time to come home.
I said I wasn't moving and ordered pizza delivery for lunch. The others went walk for a walk and didn't get back till 830. Lucky it was a big pizza!
Swim and nap saw the end of the ...
... to the beach. We lasted about 15mins on a sunbed with a beach umbrella before a guy came over asking us to either pay or move. We moved. We then headed up to the 2nd and more quiet pool bar, also owned by Farout, where we lazed around with Mitch, James and some other people that they'd made friends with prior to our arrival, enjoying the afternoon. It was so relaxing that Dane fell asleep! When he woke we headed back to our room.
'Room' is actually a bit of ...
... donkeys up or to walk nearly 700 slippery stairs!)
At Fira's Avis depot, we discovered that the 'manager' was 'busy' elsewhere so our pre-ordered rental car fizzled out; no problem, the agency next door helped us out with a better, cheaper vehicle and we were soon on our way.
We had a list of destinations on the short list but chose to go to Oia (at the far northern tip) first, - we fell in love with Oia and stayed to explore it for as long ...
... iconic piece of clothing that everyone wants to collect as souvenirs. You have to do 7 shots at the bar then you get the singlet/shirt or hat from that club. The next day you literally see everyone walking around with their singlet from the night before and you know where they had been.
It is so easy to have a good time in Ios, everyone’s there for the same reason…every night Marty and I were with a different group and met so many fun people. ...
... that was also pulling in, and it turned out that this was in fact the Oia bus. Despite being one of the first people at the bus station and waiting 20 minutes, we didn't get a spot on the overcrowded bus, as people were rudely elbowing, pushing and running to get on. I was seriously ****** to say the least, having experienced the rudeness of people at crowded locations in Greece for the second time in days. I was ****** at people's lack of manners, the lack of organisation at the ...