Anassa Deluxe Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Oia, at about 5.30pm, we were so hot and for some reason, it felt so much hotter there than in Thira, Jus found a place he liked the look of for a couple of drinks, with the perfect view of the sunset. We asked if we could stop for a few drinks but as it was so close to dinner time, Sunsets has a rule that when sunset is approaching, you can stay but we have to have a full dinner which is 2 mains, 1 salad and 1 dessert which was fine with us. The meal was the best we've had ...
... small port that used to serve as the town’s ferry port before being replaced. Now it serves as a dropping off point for the cruise ships, and the dock for excursion boats to the volcano. Nathan and I decided to hike down to the old port to check it out, since the gondola ride down is grossly overpriced.
The long and winding pathway down to the dock would have been challenging enough, with the smooth and slippery cobblestones giving little traction for my worn out shoes ...
... to more recent ones. Still an active volcano with it's most recent eruption in 1950, you can see evidence of the fragility, yet amazing beauty of this place everywhere you look. Astounding to see the size of the ever growing, incredibly pictureque towns that perch atop Santorini Island, an island that is actually the rim of a very deep, mostly undersea volcano.
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... cute roof top terrace overlooking the town, the scenery here is breathtaking. It was one of those picturesque moments, something that you have seen on a post card, only now we are actually here seeing it with our own eyes. The white and blue buildings clinging to the mountain side with the sun setting behind them was a stunning view. We are feeling pretty lucky today. Steve had fun cruising around the windy roads of Santorini. Tomorrow we’re off to Ios. ...
... too much. Plan B saw us driving to Fira, the main town, to officially start our exploration of the island. At that stage we had not eaten yet, so the first stop was breakfast at a local café. We thought it was ok, but in hindsight we could have done better. As we would discover over the next few days, Greek food is amazing!
After breakfast we strolled the streets of Fira. The streets were still empty as the countless shops and restaurants gradually opened ...