Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Mykonos - Little Venice

The journey from the airport to my hotel took only 10 minutes, made interesting with fabulous sceneries of daily Mykonian life... It was easy to just lose one's thoughts simply watching people living their lives, and before I knew it, we reached the hotel - unimposing yet charmingly perched on a cliff...

I find the hotel somewhat lovely, and quiet... I liked the fact that it was only a five-minute walk from the town and my room balcony was facing the blue Aegean sea, with a commanding view of the Mykonos windmills! The hotel building looks simple from outside but has a really modern and fascinatingly calm interior, more so with its white- color theme... The almost-barren Mykonian ground was made more pleasing with a smartly-tucked lookout pool which faces the expansive sea..


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Hotel's entrance... It looks like an ordinary Mykonian neighbourhood bungalow...



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The interior...



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Have to blur out those Greek erotic images on the pillows! LOL!



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I like the healthy breakfasts the hotel serves...





Little Venice


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Little Venice is one of the most famous Mykonos landmarks, located in heart of the town. And since it was only just five minutes from my hotel, I spent some time there almost everyday - to have my coffee and meals, while watching the sunset and fishing, too! The view from Little Venice was really awesome! It also faces the other famous landmark, the windmills! *will share some Mykonos windmill pictures in another entry...



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Anyway, talking about the great coffee in Little Venice, my travel partner Mr Arip had just started his new blog! Feel free to visit his blog at:


http://www.cafe-elysium.blogspot.com


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16 comments:

Kazaztan Team said...

cantikk..cantik...menarik..tertarik...

KNizam said...

wahdi pokok yang penuh bunga merah tu bunga kertas ke eh ? giler penuh bunga sampai x nampak daunnya. anyway mmg superb la pulau ni. rasa nak pergi plak nanti hehe :)

Anonymous said...

kenapakah katil tidak berasingan uolss?

mr.mussel

Aan Andes said...

Cantiknyaaaa!!! And full with romantic vibes. Alaa why blurkan the pillows hehehe

Liyana said...

Great set of photos. As expected :)

BungBra said...

en wahdi tangkap gambo pakai kamera ape? pastu edit pakai software ape? cantik!

muhamadakmalwahab said...

nice...
this place has made it into my list of places i want to go...
yeah...

Bernard said...

Looks as gorgeous as promoted. I wonder if you can snorkel of dive in those beautiful seas.

budleee said...

wah.. so near the sea (it is the sea right?)

tak kena splashes ker duduk sedekat tuh?

wahdi said...

Kak Zai- thnx!

Nizam- ha'ah, bunga kertas! mmg takde daun bungaaa manjang huhu

Mr Mussels- sbb bilik luas kena katil besar2!

wahdi said...

Aandes- ahah amboi kemain!! sgt keterlaluanlah, cendrehati sini pun sgt terbeliak mata melihatnya hehe

Liyana- thnxx!!!

Bungabra- pakai DSLR Olympus, susun gambar dlm adobe in design..

wahdi said...

Akmal- yeah bro, ko kena pegi Aegean islands!

Bernard- sure you can do that!

Bud- yeah, laut! kena sikit2 lah, since area tu air cetek so ombak tak kuat sgt..

wahdi said...

Akmal- yeah bro, ko kena pegi Aegean islands!

Bernard- sure you can do that!

Bud- yeah, laut! kena sikit2 lah, since area tu air cetek so ombak tak kuat sgt..

greece_traveller said...

I loved the photos on this post. Trully Mykonos and all the Cycladitic islands are great. I personally prefer Santorini, this is why I started my blog, Santorini Greece. Check it out.

zie said...

i stumble upon your page while surfing. Those photos are amazing. Yea, Mykonos, Greece is truly awesome.

orangrawa said...

salam wahdi...jumpa ur blog dan nak tanya sikit pasal mykonos coz I plan to go there someday.

Mind to share name of hotel yg u all stay tu tak and how much per night? I like the hotel....chantek!!

zul

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