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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Ronnie said the have Orna's, so we allowed her to have her case, lucky we didn't apologise to her, because when Orna accosted her on pier the woman didn't apologise for taking wrong case, with that we turn around and ship has already left, wow their quick. driver if our transfer arrives, and we load up car, drive out of pier and then he stops at a hotel, it's ours, we could have walked. Well pool is lively, room very Grecian style all concrete, ...
Jack and I were meant to spend 3 nights in Vienna, then the plan was for me to meet Tess, continue onto Germany and Jack would go to Krakow. The first day was beautiful, we walked through the old town which is the most picturesque place as every building is incredible, making the streets so beautiful. We visited the museum quarter, the opera house, the Rathaus and the cathedral. Each of these were incredible! Jack then started feeling very ill so we ...
... salmon and grilled squid with some yucky white wine. Then we moved to a bar called Tranquila - Alice knew a friend of the girl who owns the bar so she went and introduced herself. We sat out the front and ordered two Cosmopolitans. After a while two more came out, free of charge. The bar had a great vibe. We then ordered some dip with flat bread and some falafel wraps. Delicious. The Greek Easter is on this weekend ...
... rocks and generally playing around. At about 6, we headed to the other end of the island, Oia. Here is where the famous Santorini sunset is, and although we were warned it would be busy, we thought we would check it out anyway.
One thing was for sure - it was ridiculously busy. There were people everywhere trying to catch a glimpse of the sun setting, and rightly so - it was stunning. With not a cloud in the sky, the sky slowly changed into a myriad of colours before it ...
... lovely little towns from the sea.
When we returned we rode donkeys up to the top of Fira. We had decided to catch them up rather than down, as we heard it was a scary experience going down as they fed them at the bottom and they go really fast. By the look of some of the faces of those riding the donkeys going down I have to agree! Sometimes the donkeys slipped on the marble cobble stones and you thought you would be going over the top, ...