Kykladonisia Hotel and Hostel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Shuttle bus service
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... to Santorini just before sunset. We were met by a lovely guide who escorted us to our hotel and then told us about the island. She talked us into a day tour for the next day. We went to our room and sat on our private balcony and watched the sunset with complimentary wine and sweets. Not bad at all. I was feeling really lazy so we ordered some pasta and wine room service and we just sat on the balcony. Mum kept saying she would pick up her jaw soon haha. The views were ...
... few drops with some nibbles and the view is to die for. Such a really nice pleasant time on this island. Tendered back to the ship some lunch and some quiet time. Sailed at 3.30pm watching the island disappear into the horizon. Dinner followed by two shows the first of which is Maggie in "Life is a Lemon" then Gary T Thompson who is a comedy vocal impressionist. Both shows really good. ...
... good! We ended Sunday by having a few drinks at the Aussie run pub Tropical Bar and then watched the sun set at 8pm on the other side of Thira. It was the most spectacular sunset we've ever seen! It started off amazing and progressed to something indescribable, like a flame dancing and flickering on a candle. Today (Monday) has been a day of relax, went out for breakfast and not much else. We're so blessed to be experiencing this lovely part of the world. Xoxo A & ...
Everyone says Santorini is fantastic and it looks great in movies but we were suspicious that it might just be something of a tourist trap. Well it does have tourists by the Cruise Ship (up to 11 ships a day coming ashore in large groups,) but nevertheless it is spectacular and unique.
We loved roaming the fancy shops, visiting the fantastic archeological site Akrotiri, ...
... so quite a bit bigger than donkeys and some looked like horses with donkey ears. Secondly they did what they wanted. As soon as we were on they took off and we had no control at all. They went up in packs and were constantly trying to cut each other off or fight a bit or race to the front of the place, regardless of where our legs were. At some stages our legs were ground against the stone walls or at other times they were trapped between two warring donkeys. To make matters ...