Lauda Hotel

Oia, Santorini, Cyclades, Greece | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Oia

Busing to Oia

A travel blog entry by carpefeline


... vans then he pulled into the lane and started across this small stretch of single track road. A van pulls in from the other direction and stops right in front of us. Neither can go forward and the bus driver waves at the van driver to reverse and let him through. The van driver felt that our bus should reverse. As we were much bigger, the van driver reluctantly started backing up. When he felt like he had gone far enough, he ...

Oia Sunset

A travel blog entry by vivmedeiros0825


... the stairs lead to a terrace with unbelievable views! It was hard to tear ourselves away, but we had a mission... The setting sun.

We came to an area that seemed just right for a sunset shot, and sat on the edge of a short wall. And waited. And waited. And waited some more. We were approximately an hour early but many people had already lined the pathways waiting for the same opportunity. About an hour and a half later, we had managed to capture some ...

Santorini: Southernmost of the Cyclades

A travel blog entry by dizzysparkles


... decided I love ferry rides. It's how I would imagine a cruise ship to feel, although I'm sure I wouldn't be using my backpack as a pillow... Four stops later, I arrived in Santorini at 4pm. I was greeted by tiers of white buildings on the cliffs sprinkled with blue-roofed Greek Orthodox churches. I didn't expect it to be so desert-like. This lovely Athenian, Clio, helped me be aggressive, beat the horde of people and get on the right bus. I got to Caveland to ...

Saying goodbye to Santorini

A travel blog entry by robertjscottjr


... narrow streets, small shops, great restaurants, and Greek Orthodox churches make up our little hamlet.

We then rented a car to better explore the island. Our first day was spent at a beach on the far side of the island--at the foot of what I would call the "skirt" of the backside of the caldera. From the sheer cliff on the caldera side, the island slopes down to the waters edge just like any normal volcanic island. ...

Donkey Pinched

A travel blog entry by biruvia


... burned with a blow torch (no, I still haven't seen that movie, and I don't plan to). Scooters are one danger, however, that I would say are not nearly taken seriously enough. (Tip: If you fall into the category above of people that should not be driving scooters, rent an ATV. They are much easier to maneuver and work just fine until you are able to take a few safe test runs on a flat road with someone who knows what they are doing on a scooter.)

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This hostel, located in Oia, is near Santorini Sailing, Red Beach, Amoudi Bay, and Museum of Prehistoric Thera.
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