Acqua Vatos Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... the back of the boat. We managed to store our suitcases below and squeeze up the single flight of stairs to grab a seat. The boat was a large catamaran that made the 2 hr trip very smooth. We caught a taxi for the 30 min trip to the Village Heights Golf Resort. After a struggle to locate reception we got checked into our room. This is a large resort with 3 pools, mini golf, tennis court which will suit us as we slow down the pace and relax after a hectic last ...
... so bad that everyone goes to Athens to give birth. He shows us a recently finished hospital, which has never opened because the government can't afford to pay any staff. The discussion inevitably turns to the current financial crisis. Kostas says the people will vote for no austerity measures, because if they don't then things will just progressively worse with no end in sight. He says that next time we come we must go to the island of Ios. It ...
Today we made an effort to get going a bit earlier than the last few days. Didn't quite make it but at least we tried! We left at 8.30 to meet the rental company for a quad bike but by the time we got organised and decided where we were going to go, we only left town around 9.30. We thought we would head to a near by beach to get a coffee as breakfast had been quite rushed, however our map of the main roads was not that easy to follow so ...
... a Catholic one. It was built in 1823, damaged in the 1956 earthquake, restored and reopened in 1975 - so relatively new. Although very decorative by our standards, it was positively plain compared to the Orthodox Cathedral!
Santorini has a number of vineyards and wineries and we tried some of their wines - different but we enjoyed them all. They keep their vines close to the ground ie not grown up over stakes or a ...
... windy road to the top of the Caldera. The bus from the port to the top of the Caldera is windy zig zags up a steep cliff that left Kinda feeling seasick something she has not experienced before. I saw a lot of plastic bags on the windswept island spoiling its pristine nature. We reached Oia where we were told 80% of the photos of Santorini are taken of the white churches with the blue domes. It appears the people don't live in ...