Hotel Anastasia Santorini
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... living spaces with large windows and beautifully painted walls. It also helped you understand the difficulties of excavation when three storied houses collapsed from the earthquakes preceding the volcano and wooden columns disintegrated in the pyroclastic flow. The whole site was very interesting rather than spectacular. We bought two booklets written by the archaeologists and the volcanologists on the timing and dating of the earthquakes and eruptions. They concluded that they ...
... we were standing there, my thoughts were what if so done from one of. The other stops took it by accident. I checked name tag and saw this case belonged to someone who lives in Poland. Anyway, at this stage we see that they are starting to load up ferry again cars, motorbikes etc,so I went over to one of the attendants, to tell her that we are missing a case and another has been left in its place, she reports it to someone else, who then gets ...
... almost felt like a cruise ship. We had our seats at business class and was able to sit front and centre looking towards the bow of the ship. The ferry ride was 3 hours. We rented an apartment at Naxos called the Venetiko Apartment. It's situated in the old tone Naxos, which has tons of history. One small part of the floor in our apartment has a glass view port, looking down underground containing old foundations and artifacts of a building ...
... for the fog! Despite this we sat outside and waited for brekky to arrive, I was waiting for my omelette, couldn't wait! We soon made friends with our housekeeper who also turned out to be my cook- she makes a good omelette! The fog still hadn't really lifted, we couldn't quite see the third little island, so rather than doing our walk quite yet...so of course we jumped into the hot tub and enjoyed what we could see. We had seen ...
... on the water far below. Stunning.
I learned long ago that, for me, walking down is harder than walking up; my heart is stronger than my knees. The cable car transported me to the base of the cliff and then a tender transported me to Constellation. I dump my day’s photographs on to the laptop and write these words and think about dinner; I don’t have a plan. For me, not having ...