Adamis Majesty Suites
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We had an action packed day. We began with a walk along the caldera in the capital city of Santorini, Fira. Fira offers amazing views over the Mediterranean Sea and the other islands. We caught the cable car down the hill to the port and then cruised off in our own private Gulet boat. We headed towards the active volcano on the island of Nea Kameni: the last eruption of this was volcano was in the 1950s. We hopped off ...
... is considered dormant as it has to go 100 years with no eruption to be classed as inactive, the last eruption was in the 50's. You could see small amounts of smoke come off the sulphur patches, but it really just looked like a pile of rocks.... Down we went and back on the boat! Around the corner and we were in the water, swimming into the hot water at the foot of the volcano. Some people put the sulphur mud on their skin, me personally couldn't even stand ...
After a long night on an overnight train from split to Budapest where we slept on the ground in the bike cabin in the freezing cold, we arrived in Budapest. We stayed in a crazy party hostel which was alot of fun but also very exhausting after such a big week in Croatia! We went caving on the first day which was so much fun but also quite scary as I can get quite claustrophobic at times. It was a 3 ...
... get up the cliff to Santorini you have 3 choices; either take the 800 stairs all the way up, ride a donkey the same way or take the cable cars. We chose the cable cars! It's basically a vertical climb up to Santorini, very scary for me, Aaron of course loved it :) we were starving on arriving so we sat down in a restaurant called Zafora, which was right on the edge of the cliff and overlooked the water, islands, ship etc. It ...
... t come cheap, with most caldera-view hotels charging astronomical prices. If you go for the spa and infinity pool too then you need to take out a mortgage just to go on holiday. We managed to find a great place with its own private terrace overlooking the caldera and 360 views. We had a jacuzzi bath and a whole living room/kitchen downstairs of our bedroom upstairs that opened out onto the addictive terrace, all for a reasonable price. And the ...