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Ours is in the courtyard onto the pool and Ruth's at the front. All of them are different and comfy and clean. Still having problems with Greek beds but nearly time to come home.
I said I wasn't moving and ordered pizza delivery for lunch. The others went walk for a walk and didn't get back till 830. Lucky it was a big pizza!
Swim and nap saw the end of the ...
... hoped for but was quite nice. Guess wanted the soup like what Robert had in Venice!
Worked on stories until we ran out of juice and then walked around in Fira stopping and looking over the edge of the hill. It is also nice to look at the gelato store display because of the very interesting textures and colors available!
There were some of the cruise ships in town and there were people ...
... BBQ here. Water vapour and some gases come out from hot gas vents in sections around the rim but nothing to indicate that our time is up right here right now, they say another little cough is due on average in fifteen years. How do you turn cold water into hot water, buy a bottle on the boat and not drink it until you reach the summit! Once conquered we motor around to the other side of this island on the promise of hot springs. Once in the general vicinity we are informed that due ...
... and grab a beer. There are also many amazing hotels and little greek churches as you walk the path from the two towns. A fantastic walk and difficult in the heat but highly recommended. We stayed for the sunset which was nice, then headed down to our main town for an awesome lamb gyros and grandma burger. Note: We have discovered our love and need of sauce on this trip, Any sauce, ...
... town was abuzz with the news that the cable car was down, in fact all electricity was out. To get “home” to the Noordam we would have to walk down the 1000 foot cliff, somewhere between 600 and 700 steps. Off we go and before too long the donkeys join us; one of the workers asked George to lead a lady down the trail on her donkey; why we don’t know but he was a good sport and guided her all the way ...