- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... We came back to our hotel to rest up for dinner. We were looking for a place in Oia (pronounced Ay-Ya). The woman at the front desk recommended a place in Amoudari, which is a small port that sits under Oia right on the water. Katina Taverna was GREAT. The fish was incredible and very fresh. We couldn't have asked for a better way to end the day. Tomorrow is our last day in Santorini and we're heading out on a sunset ...
... 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 ...
We did try to read some books on the top deck and whilst the sun was out, this was pleasant. But...when the sun disappeared, it was quite cold.
Following a relaxing and scenic lunch on board as we sailed towards Santorini, the island came into view.
There really are no words to explain how amazing and beautiful and scenic this place is. It must be seen to be ...
... to head out on the town tonight and so were they so we joined up.
We met them at one of the bars/restaurants over looking the ocean. I tried the sweet red wine that's produced on Santornini which was stunning, I found it just like port. After the standard debacle when your in a group of people and trying the settle the bill we lucked out and found a nice cheap restaurant for dinner. I got the mousaka which is similar to a casserole, cheese, ...
... the fresh stuff. As with many overly visited tourist destinations, the beauty gets lost in the effort to make more money.
I forgot to mention that the weather that day was the hottest Santorini had experienced that year, and extremely humid. Lucky us. By the time we made the walk down, there was not even an inch of Andrew's shirt that was dry. Once you get down the hill you are greeted by a tiny little port below the ...