1864 The Sea Captain'S House
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- Continental Breakfast
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Steeped in so much history, Bree and I were both so excited to see Athens and continue to find ourselves face to face with places that until now we had only read about in the history books. After collecting our baggage and picking up a taxi from the stand outside, we made our way across town toward the Plaka district where our hotel was located. Weaving through the streets of Athens we were really not paying much attention to our surroundings until all of the sudden our ...
... in from the sea. This is a regular welcome event in an island without a good source of water and where plants have adjusted over centuries to extract moisture that way, but it wasn't conducive to painting a picture,so I gave up. To leave the island we had to get to a cable car that took everyone down to the little port to get on a tender boat to get us back to the ship. We were so hot by then all we wanted to do when back on board was to get in to the ...
... this place on her Santorini special! She was right- it was amazing, and the beach side view of Kamari's black sand was incredible. After, we shopped around the town of Kamari.
Kesley and I boarded a bus to travel to the other tip of the island. We wanted a glimpse at the classic- postcard view of Santorini, (white walls and blue roofs) that was 40 minutes away in Oia. We took public buses for just ...
... late afternoon for some dinner and get a look at the amazing views from the top. It was a great day just lounge around though and spend some time in the pool. For dinner I had grilled chicken with a wide mushroom feta sauce with basil pesto ...
... or they can take a ride up with the famous donkeys of Santorini. These donkeys are something special, they´re decorated with an assortment of saddles and straps, colourful blankets and trinkets, and jingle whenever they move thanks to the cow bell strapped under their neck. Their purpose used to be to carry supplies up and down from the ships, now they have to carry fat cruise goers looking for a travel experience. Most of the time this ends in inner thigh bruising for ...