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- Swimming pool
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Today is our last day in Santorini. We woke up leisurely and meandered over to our veranda for breakfast and enjoyed the breeze off the cliff. We then put on walking shoes and walked the cliff walk that connects the little villages along the mountains. It had cute shops that were great for shopping. Beautiful blown glass, pottery, and more shoes (Erin loved that last part). When we were sufficiently shopped out, we headed back to ...
... right Pete booked us the top room whoop! Marvelous ....actually that was the name of the suite. We dropped our bags and headed off to explore, so walked in the direction of the town called Thira. Thirst was starting to get the better of us so we ducked into the first cafe we saw, Pete had a lovely freshly squeezed juice, I opted for trying a Greek coffee. I think this will definitely be my first and last Greek coffee! It was in a mug the size of ...
... like you see in the photos, but couldn't find them anywhere (next time, maybe we will do more advance research). In fact, Fira didn't really meet my expectations. It was a bit dirty. So, we decided to pay the 1.30 euros for a bus to the next town over, Oia (E-uh). The bus ride took us maybe 20 minutes, around beautiful landscape. In some places, we could see water on both sides of us. Oia sits on the northern-most edge of the island. Once we got there – ...
... to Fira, and walked up to our intended hotel, to learn that the local agents had never even made a booking! (From the "Silver Lining" department: tonight we learnt we're getting a suite upgrade, a morning cruise, and a full refund - and I never even raised my voice) Back to the day's proceedings: driving is quite interesting, virtually no signs, a zillion kids on 2, 3, or 4 wheelers, and worthy oriental gentlemen with a death wish, to say nothing of the ...
... sardines, fauva beans, Santorini tomato fritters, vegetables, prawns, mackerals, bread and chips. It was delicious. Of course we had a bottle of ouzo (metho) that Troy liked but I couldn’t drink it. It was a lovely meal with a lovely back drop of Oia all lit up. It was a lovely night and we had a drink and our cheers was “to Renee” as we include her in our celebration.
Later we noticed the newlyweds were eating at the ...