Aegean Plaza Hotel
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Wet and windy night, had to get up at 4am and close the en suite window! Took bus to OIA and walked around town for an hour. Left at 11am and bumped into our old friends Christine & Malcolm Miller who are staying there for the week. Ernie and Betty decided it was not the walk for them so took taxi back to resort. At lunch whilst sheltering from the wind we watched our 4th wedding picture shoot ...
Well another day brings another move, today we move on to Mykonos. Morris had the air-con on all night, but at 5.am I had enough and we turned it off and opened balcony doors, then the rosters started and the sunrise started and I fell asleep waking up at 7.30 put the dress I had been wearing for the 2 nights in case, palmas. Put on my bathers, shorts and top for fast ferry to Mykonos and down to breakfast, getting so sick of breakfast, but made my self ...
... red beach we went to Santo wines where we tasted a few local wines and took in the views.
For dinner we took the bus to Oia. We brought drinks and gyros and set up a picnic to watch the sunset over the water. Most people were impressed but Gemma and I were vaguely disappointed as the sun set into the clouds before the horizon. Perth sunsets are much better! Before we left our picnic spot an Asian man approached ...
... might be the lost Atlantis. Santorini is essentially what remains of an enormous volcanic explosion dated back 3,600 years. After this huge eruption two small islands formed within the caldera and they are still active today and can be visited by tourist.
We took a bus ride up the cliff side to Akrotiri is a Minoan bronze age settlement on Santorini. This sophisticated settlement was destroyed in the volcanic eruption that happened about 1627 BCE and buried the ...
... horizon beginning far below us and extending farther than we could see. The wine flowed (the Captain and officers seemed to be drinking water—it could have been other clear liquids, I suppose) and, frankly, I was tipsy by 1:00pm.
Santorini is crowded with shops, cafes, hotels, and commercial ventures of every description embracing almost each and every pathway, either narrow or ...