Anassa Deluxe Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... here. A gorgeous yet simple yoghurt dip with bread (which Jus ate and loved (he never ceases to amaze and surprise me, he must be caught up in the moment, he wouldn't eat the dip at home) and saganaki prawns to start, Greek salad, Jus had pork and thyme jus with rice and I had chicken and mixed peppers, a few beers and water. It wasn't a cheap meal but with a view like that and also being given the recipe for the starter dip, we are not complaining. Due to being the perfect ...
... especially because we didn't sleep properly the night before and Tina kept needing to go to the toilet. At some parts there were too many people to open an umbrella. Fira came as a surprise to me. I always thought Fira is the party central of Santorini, but it is a lot more tame and less festive as I expected. It was lined with series of art, souvenir stores and restaurants. But that does not discount the view along the caldera. Every turn around a corner ...
... restaurant. Distinctive on Santorini are the small, wrinkly tomatoes – good and juicy. After lunch, we walked up many steps to see the view, then made our way to our “boutique hotel.” On arrival at its “door to nowhere” on street level, jaws dropped – it is probably the most fabulous hotel I’ve ever stayed at. As the photos show, it is perched on the cliff, several levels, ...
... when the stories were told and there are a number of similarities in the texts and the findings in the city. The story tells of a city of concentric circles, this town was built around areas, not in straight lines and the way Santorini was formed in a circular way, this could be the way the ancients related their story. The city of Atlantis met a great ruin; this could be the volcanic eruption that covered this island to cause those people to flee. There are a ...
... I'm not sure how it was formed, but it is unlike any other beach we've seen before. It is a pebble beach surrounded by red cliffs with crystal clear water.
We next drove to Ancient Thira. I made a slight navigational error, somehow missing the mountain that separated Perissa beach (where we wanted to spend the afternoon) and Ancient Thira. I didn't exactly miss the mountain, I just had not realised there wasn’t a road on the sea’s side ...