Aegean Plaza Hotel
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We have one day left on the 30th anniversary tour. The fans have been very supportive, but it is almost time for the band to pack up and head for home. One comment about the blog first. For each entry I have included photos to go along with the story, but on average the server has taken about 48 hours to load all of them. It will load a couple at first, then stall. So please consider looking at some of the earlier entries again, and check this one again later. I have taken ...
... rocks that were about the size of a couple of beach balls. They fell during the eruption at 300 km/hr. I'm glad I was away that day. Kostas says they had sewers and toilets. I think that that is pretty impressive for 5,000 years ago. The site is now up the side of a hill but Kostas says the village used to be on the shore. The whole site has now been put undercover to protect it, and the building has solar powered windows, and lots of other mod ...
... then enjoyed lunch overlooking the beach. I had fried calamari and Adam had a pizza. We were tempted to return to the beach after lunch but had other places we wanted to see, so we left. We traveled up the road to the brewery. We were already familiar with the brand but wanted to try their other beers. They are the only brewery in the Cyclades and brew three regular beers. We tried them all for free and then bought one for the road! ...
Today was another sea day so it
was good chance to catch up, have a rest, take a tour of the ship, play Trivia,
do the on-board crossword, and go to wine tasting, take in a movie, more Trivia
and so on. I am amazed how we can be so
busy when we are having a relaxing day at sea.
The notes from the ship tell us
that we transited the Strait if Otranto and entered the Ionian Sea where we
... to me like an authentic sort of place. We had high expectations for Santorini, but were somewhat disappointed; perhaps it is best to not have expectations. Having said all that, Santorini has a unique features being on top of a Volcanic Caldera overlooking the Mediterranean and perhaps it would be worth a few days to see the entire island.
Our cruise ended the next day and we were taken to the Athens airport where we waited ...