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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 ...
... beach. This time i found a part of the beach that was nudist friendly, walking past them i found another spot and swam, then got out, headed back to the buggy and continued on. My last stop was at part of the beach where you could hire chairs. Here i hired one, got a drink and swam a bit, then came in, relaxed on the chairs.
I packed up about 3pm and headed back into the port, getting lost on the way and when i made it back into the town, could not find the right road back to the ...
... I then went for a walk up to the ruins that overlook the town. The ruins of the temple of Athena or something. There was lots of wind, but i was able to get some good pictures. I then came back down, walked through town and went back to the hotel/hostel after picking up some groceries from the nearby shops.At the hostel i dropped off stuff and then got changed to beach wear. I then went down to St Georges ...
... angry with the other gods for letting this happen, and mucked around with the seasons. To appease her, Zeus allowed Persephone to be reunited with Demeter for half the year, and for the other half if the year Persephone remained with Hades in the underworld. For this reason we have the seasons, Spring and Summer when mother and daughter are together and Autumn and Winter when Persephone us with Hades. Demeter's temple dates back to ...
... so grabbed some frozen greek yoghurt with fresh fruit, and then walked over to the Temple of Apollo or The Portara or the “Great Door” has several names, and we can see this from our room. It is essentially a massive marble doorway, leading to nowhere. It lies close to the port of Naxos on the islet of Palatia which was once a hill.
Apparently the strip of land connected the north of the port of Naxos to Palatia ...