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... Elias which is built at the highest spot of the mountain providing views of all of Santorini. They open the gates at 3 p.m. every day, so we got to peak into the monastery.
We ate at a country taverna next to the red beach which served homemade yogurt (from a sheep out back) with caramelized grapes on top. It was delicious!
We turned in ...
... 39;Helvetica Neue', 'Segoe UI', Helvetica, Arial, 'Lucida Grande', sans-serif; line-height: normal;"> Kenny went to market and cafe, brought back fresh juice, went to black sand beach, laid out, swam, paddle ball, got drinks and laid under umbrella, gross ass Greek cocktail tasted like cough syrup, Kenny had tequila sunrise, then got Caribbean Dream drink- much better, back to villa to get showered and dressed up, went on date, Greek ...
Vaporetto, train, bus, plane and metro. Athens here we come. Caught the vaporetto this morning on our last look at Venice. The sun was shining on this lovely corner of the world. As we made our way to the train station up the Grand canal we realised happily that we had covered a very large part of this territory. On the way we passed the dock where all the cruise ships stop and saw ...
Yassou 2M, I arrived back in Athens late last night and Shivaun and I woke up early to go see the World Heritage Listed Acropolis of Athens. The Acropolis is located on a hill in the middle of the city of Athens and was originally used as a fortress and lookout to protect the people from enemies. Temples and buildings were later built at the Acropolis to overlook the city. The most famous of these temples is ...
... around the narrow streets and illegally parked cars. The bus horn sounded on many occasions to warn other drivers that we were coming through. I was grateful not to be driving today even with Gertrude's help. Back to the ship for a swim and drink. At dinner many stories were shared of the different tours undertaken during the day. So much to see and do in Athens, but we had only scratched the surface. Hopefully one day we will manage to return for a longer adventure. ...