Afroditi Venus Beach Hotel & Spa
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So we have a new room and it is lovely. The room itself is on two floors with the bed up on a mezzanine floor. The balcony is just what we wanted with a view of the caldera and no-one passing in front. Today we went on a boat trip to the new volcano that is growing in the centre of the caldera. It is called Nea Kameni and first appeared above the water in197BC, so about 1500 years after the massive blow out that destroyed the Minoans. It has erupted several times since ...
... So quick undress and hop into pool, that is when the receptionist stops talking and explaining and finally showed us to our rooms, We have an upstairs with balcony, Ronnie and Orna are on ground floor also with a balcony, but we are able open our balcony and window as there is a lovely breeze coming thru. So after swim back in room washed hair again, and will head into town for dinner about 6.30 . Not able to walk into town even though receptionist ...
... out over the ocean to the volcano and back to the northern coast. Better than any other european country so far on this trip the Greeks know about cold drink - ohh so cold. And they kept it flowing so well we stayed there for over an hour soaking in the views, rays, beats and all the bright young things that started to fill the lounges soon after we arrived.
Back on the trail we strolled for another hour stopping in shops and admiring the new astounding view of the same water ...
... lava and ash to other parts of the island. The center of the island became a crater that is now filled with the beautiful Aegean Sea. At the top of the remaining rim of the island is the Caldera and built into the cliffs at the top of the Caldera are stunningly white washed dwellings, shops, and restaurants. No idea how they were built into the mountainside because it is all so steep and shops and restaurants are literally stacked on top of and wedged in ...
... with spectacular views of the bay below. The white washed buildings against the backdrop of the bright blue sea are very photogenic. We immediately decided to take the cable car down to the dock as we had not had any lunch and had to be back on board by 5pm. As we walked to the cable car we were quite surprised to find that there was a line-up for the cable car. It took us an hour to get through the line and ...