Hotel Andreas

Address: Kamari, Santorini, Cyclades, 84 700, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in Kamari, is near Santorini Sailing, Museum of Prehistoric Thera, Santo Winery, and Thirasia.
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      Sitting on the dock of the bay

      A travel blog entry by kyleandsammy on Sep 06, 2014

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      ... to watch the sunset and eat the fresh catch from the day. However, when it comes to getting there, the price you pay is steep. We ventured down the 267 steps that cover nearly a 1000 foot drop in elevation. We did this in 90 degree heat, no breeze, while being dressed in our nice 'going out to dinner clothes.' It wasn't pretty when we got to the bottom but we made it. Our restaurant of choice was Dimitri's Taverna. Sammy enjoyed fresh calamari and I chose ...


      A travel blog entry by bruce.poon on Jul 22, 2014

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      ... It has a kitchenette for simple cooking. Tina is happy cuz she can finally do some cooking on this trip, after washing the dishes before usage. She hasn't had a regular sized (1 litre for her) coffee or tea with milk since we were in Toronto. We walked to Fira for lunch along the caldera. It took us about an hour as we stopped and go taking photos. The temperature was not super hot, but having used to the wonderful temperature in Portugal, we were feeling ...

      A caldera in the Aegean Sea

      A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Jun 03, 2014

      1 comment, 66 photos

      ... in 79 AD; the Theran eruption was much earlier, around 1600 BC. Layers of ash covered the Bronze Age settlement and preserved it for millennia. The inhabitants had already left town, having been warned by earlier rumblings that something big was going to happen. So bodies weren’t found like there were at Pompeii, but valuable artefacts have been excavated, plaster casts made of various pieces of furniture, and ...


      A travel blog entry by pandar on Oct 08, 2013

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... it has not erupted since the 1950’s. Thira is the island where everybody is deposited. It is the main island, the longest and has a number of towns on it including Fira the major centre with the two ports, on the inside of the caldera as the round shape it makes, provides the perfect harbour as the lagoon is very deep in places up to 300metres. If you go to the new port, you can get a bus to the top of the island as the towns are perched 100metres or ...

      Launch failure

      A travel blog entry by paulanddeb on Oct 01, 2013

      3 photos

      ... a couple of museums about the history of the island, although one is closed on Tuesdays.

      The wind had dropped and the sun was back by the time we had stopped for lunch, so part of our party took the cable down to the little port at the bottom of the cliffs (a better option than the 300 odd steps with associated donkey dangers). We walked along the cliff top towards the next village of Firostefani all the time accompanied by spectacular views of ...