Aegeo Hotel

Address: \N, Folegandros, Cyclades, 84011 , Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on \N, Folegandros, is near Parikia Town, Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral, and Archaeological Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Folegandros


    A travel blog entry by hollyingram92 on Aug 06, 2015

    ... too. We have eaten out every night here as it's quite cheap - usually €10 a head. My diet has mainly consisted of baked aubergine and Greek salad. Oh and ice cream! I feel a bit sick about the amount of ice cream I have had, might have to take a bit of a break on the old cream. There was a shop near us though that sold one scoop for €1.80 and it was honestly the best ice cream I've ever had. So many flavours and all home made! I had white chocolate and passion ...

    The final bit

    A travel blog entry by marrol on Aug 05, 2015

    ... water was incredibly calm, leaving my thoughts crisp and undistorted. Then I called the Yacht service in Parikia again, around 9:15---now past the time that we had been expected there. A familiar voice answered and quickly realized what I had called for. It was Michaelis, and he was happy to hear that we were close by and told me to sit tight---they would come and help. C and I put the dinghy in the water and attached the engine. Parikia was less than 10 km away ...

    Down-time on a blustery Greek Island

    A travel blog entry by judydods on Apr 01, 2011

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... was taking us to our hotel came around to her side, knocked on the window, and asked her if she was going to be doing the driving. We all had a good laugh!

    It's like a postcard here: blocky, stark white houses with vibrant blue windows against an even blue-er sky. Gorgeous - and practically empty of tourists. Mom and I ...

    What could possibly go wrong?

    A travel blog entry by walty_dee on Sep 15, 2010

    5 photos

    ... Pete & I headed to town. Only about 8 of the 36 Busabout crew managed to join us.
    The following series of events is a collection of what Pete & I can remember & what other people told us the following day as parts of the evening seem to be a bit blurred and have slipped my (and Petes) mind.Everything was going fine at the first bar, a few drinks, playing darts, game or two of giant jenga, Pete kiss the dancing deer, that kind ...

    Churches in the outback

    A travel blog entry by sandgroper on Aug 23, 2010

    10 photos

    ... packed. So I followed a young boy (who seemed very proud to have gotten my business) to the centre of town and booked into my room.
    Being late in the day, I decided to hit the only supermarket in town for some dinner snacks, and stocked up on yoghurt (Greek style - yummmm!) for breakfast. It was then time for some late night chilling in my room, complete with cheese, bread and olives for tea.
    When morning came I was keen to ...