Anemomilos Hotel Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to earn a bigger tip, but they love to pass slower (meaning typical speed) drivers on these tight winding roads. The process starts with the preemptory tailgate... gradually the cabbie inches closer and closer seemingly expecting the driver ahead (often a tourist) to get out of the way---but they have no place to go. And further, the tourist can't slow down since the cabbie would then rear end them, so that probably leaves the front driver even ...
... almost $50 when it was all said and done. So thanks to a spur of the moment decision on our part and the kindness and availability of Giannis, we headed off that next morning for the island of Santorini!
After about 20 minutes in the air (our total time including gate to gate was about 50 minutes) we arrived on one of the most popular and picturesque Greek islands, Santorini. As a true example of the American naiveté that Bree and I share, we expected to step out of ...
... the beach using the chairs provided for us and soaking up the lovely water. The "sand" goes into the water maybe 5 metres or so then abruptly stops and then smooth volcanic rock takes over and as far out as you go is no longer sand but large smooth rocks underfoot.
We then head off to the red beach. The drive takes us to another secluded location but on the way there the bus stops and drops us off at some ruins on the island. They have been excavating an ...
... It has the potential to make the age of the Pompeii ruins look like a babe in arms. Our tour guide explained how a prominent greek archeologist explored the area for years touting his theory regarding this ancient place. Guess what, he was right. Only an estimated 3% of the land mass has been uncovered, he also died in a workplace accident at the site. The archaeological site is called Akrotiri, the prehistoric town. Yes, go on and do yourself a ...
We were really looking forward to today and Santorini delivered. It was beautiful. Unfortunately the ship was again anchored and we req'd tenders, so by the time we got off and onto the buses we were running close to an hour late ( there were 3 ships at anchor & we all had to wait our turn) Our driver & guide were fantastic, full of information & helpful. The island group that Santorini is part of (the Cyclades Islands) resulted from a massive volcanic ...