Acqua Vatos Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... What archaeology wasn't carried off by the Romans to decorate their buildings was taken by the British and other European archaeologists or opportunists. So that is why much of the display is from cemeteries dig up between Athens and Piraeus. On the way to the Acropolis we pass through more of the city shopping area. Some very ritzy shops and a block away you can see deserted and graffitied buildings. Not all graffiti is in Greek. The Parthenon ...
... spent most of our time lazing around, eating, drinking, and enjoying the people watching. On two days, we had a rental car, so ewe got to tour both sides of the island. It could be done I one day, but you would spend most of the time in the car. Santorini is very easy to drive around, although there roads are narrow, winding and hilly, there is not a lot of traffic, at least this time of years.
One day we took ...
Off to Santorini this morning. We sailed at 11 and after one and a half hours we pulled into Naxos. Some passengers got off on this island yet a lot got on the boat here heading for Santorini. Another hour and a half cruising and we arrived. It was amazing coming into port. Stuart surprised me, he stayed with me as we came into port. But, Stuart tells me Simos told him that the cruise we are taking Saturday afternoon around the island you will get great photos. We meet our bus ...
... was truly breathtaking. I don't think there is another place on earth like that. The colors were beautiful, the water stunning, and the light hitting the tops of the white washed homes on the cliffs made it even more amazing. What a night! We are back in the hotel repacking, which is funny to witness as we have way too much stuff right now! Erin figured out the best way to pack us up for Mykonos. Off to rest up for the next ...
... detail about Santorini, we took a stroll to the Main Street for lunch. Returning to the hotel for a much needed nap, we regrouped later in the night and went out for an awesome traditional Greek meal at 'Nikolas'. Tzatziki, eggplant dip, sagonaki, grilled octopus, pasticcio, Greek salad, roast lamb...hmmm maybe that was it?! Anyway, it was beautiful food, and a nice break from all the ...