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... Dimitrius was there waiting for us and we began a day of unforgettable memories.
First stop was a look at the beautiful blue dome in Fira Stefani. Of course, we were awe-stuck to see it in actuality. We gazed at the beautiful white buildings which are "white-washed" twice a year! Joe thinks being a painter would be a good career!!
Next, we climbed high into the mountain (by car) to another gorgeous spot famous for the taking ...
The ferry the santorini was really good! Took roughly around 3 hours and was not too rough!! We got to our hotel at 6pm and were greeted by the loveliest and most helpful greek lady who went through a few maps and explained everything you need to know about the island!! We then went for a walk down the road to a restaurant in firostefani and had the most amazing meal of our lives! We were sitting on a balcony to ourselves!! The view ...
... on shore and beat the rush of tourists from the cruise ship. Today is Greek Orthodox Easter Sunday so we had the traditional Easter dinner on the island. We had the red eggs which people crush against each other. Whoever's egg was the last one to crack was supposed to have the good luck for the rest of the year. We also had the roasted lamb and boiled innards. The lamb tasted great but the innards were tough and not tasty. They could ...
... will find they are courser than they appear and quite porous and light.
Alex had found a large outcropping of rock and was high on top of a rock by the time we got to the beach. He was always a climb or a challenge ahead but we didn’t’ let him leave us behind. We climbed the outcropping, too. So much fun and so incredibly beautiful. Alex really wanted to watch the sunset from there, but I told him I didn’t really want to be ...
... some of them more than 3,000 years old which was pretty mind boggling. We then hit up Hadrians library which was ok and after lunch walked past the roman agora which was mostly scaffolded so we didn't go in and then walked past Hadrians Arch and over to the temple of Zeus, which is 16 very very tall columns left of what was once 106. Again in the afternoon we explored the neighbourhood and then spent our last night together enjoying the views from my rooftop bar. While it's ...