Aegean View Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... photos of this place. Every time we turn the corner we see another view that was made for a postcard. I am trying to give you a few samples here. It would be an understatement to say that we have enjoyed our time here. The Hotel Afroessa is a wonderful place. The quiet here at night is remarkable. No cars, very few voices, just us, the view and the stars. If you come to Santorini, forget the tourist hustle and bustle of Fira and Oia, and stay right here in quiet, ...
Our next stop is Red Beach. Kostas says they tried to close this a few years ago because of rock falls. We see a sign at the entrance saying you can't go in, but at least 2000 people, including us, ignore that one, and the number of permanent sun lounges suggest that the sign is a waste of space. The beach is spectacular.
Next we stop at a cafe to sample the local produce. There are capers growing everywhere, and they use the leaves ...
... brewery we went searching for some wineries. First we went to Artemis which is the only winery that also has a restaurant. The second winery was called Art Space. It is a museum and art gallery as well because the winery from the 19th century is no longer used. It has a cave system that is decorated with art. The owner showed us around, and the winery has been in his family for generations. His wines were also delicious. Last but not ...
... the day en route to Greece. For many passengers, this will be
their last day as tomorrow is Saturday and there is a change of passengers in
Today, there was a British Style
Pub Lunch in one of the bars which was great. Vicki and I went along and had
Bangers and Mash and Steak and Kidney Pie followed by Bread and Butter Pudding
and a pint of Boddington’s. Only had to ...
... hours. We arrived in Dubai in the middle of the night a bit disoriented before taking a 12 hour flight back to Adelaide. Having gone to the UK via Singapore on business previously I did not find this flight too bad, it is direct to Adelaide where it took me about a week to recover from jet lag whereas going to Rome, I felt no jet lag. Perhaps it is the excitement of visiting a new place and walking in the sunshine that made it easier to ...