Paros Bay Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We took a short ferry ride (1 hour) from Paros to Naxos and we noticed right away that Naxos island has a totally different feel and pace from Paros. Naxos city (also called Chora) is the largest city on the island with 6,500 residents and has been inhabited since 1000 BC. Just as you enter the port a huge marble arch greets you that is the former temple of Apollo. We were picked up at the ferry and drove a short distance to our ...
... us a tour of the facilities. We were grateful for their hospitality and also received some good advice, 'It is less effort to say yes, instead of no. It takes more energy to resist something than to accept it.' We find this true in many aspects of travelling, it is always better to accept the situation and deal with it the best possible way, than to reject it and try to change the situation when you have very little influence to do so. After the short visit, ...
We arrived in Naxos on our comfortable and speedy aquajet and were thankfully met by an agent who showed us to our transfer and organised the information for our stay (things were looking up!).
Our hotel was on the outskirts of the main area and check in was simple before being shown to our room and getting a run-down of the area and the island.
With the plan of a very chilled out night in our heads we decided ...
Day 124: We got up early again to take the next ferry to the Island of Paros, it was a very windy day and the ferry had been delayed for the last two trips because of rough weather, we were somewhat lucky because the ferry left on time but it was the worst ferry ride I have ever been on. Half of the group got sea sick, including Emma, and if we had been on there for any longer I would have been too. Easy to say that when we got to our hostel most of ...
... Lex and Sue bring the part over from Fremantle. Once we got all the boat stuff out the way, we then had time to go down town and discover it a little more closely. Once you get off the main road running along the marina, you find this whole new town of tiny little streets and lanes all with crazy type paving. It really is a pretty sight, these beautiful white and blue buildings, with bougainvilleas, grapevines and Tacoma's adding lots of colour, ...