Aegean Plaza Hotel
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... was buried in volcanic ash which has preserved it well. Unlike Pompeii, no one seems to have been killed at Akrotiri and they managed to take all their portable valuables with them. We are now based in the village of modern Akrotiri, which itself suffered an earthquake in 1956. The hotel is small, simple and very quiet which is a relief after all the hordes of ...
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 ...
... the Ancient Thera, I went to the Museum of Prehistoric Thera to explore the ruins of Santorini's ancient cities. This museum houses murals and other archaeological treasures found during the archaeological digging of Ancient Akrotiti. Some of the pieces in the musuem dated back several thousand years and suggest early human life on the Greek Islands.
... do not have work because of the terrible condition of the economy. They are very dependent on tourism for jobs and want to do everything possible to keep this part of the economy strong. He said he grew up on Paros and his father was a bus driver. There are no fast food restaurants or store chains here. All of the restaurants are owned and run by families as their livelihood. There is great care and pride taken in the food prepared and presented and the ...
... managed the terrain of Aqaba Jordan so I knew they had it in em. Again... The view from the top was something special. There was even some steam coming from a few holes in the ground. Next stop the hot springs. I'm not sure if the locals had had a dip lately so let's just call these springs mildly warm. Lol. Very refreshing to say the least. A pleasant putt back to port. *Thats a tongue twister* Once we landed we ...