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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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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, ...
... some wine, olives and cheese. We bought some tomato paste, made from Santorini tomatoes. The Santorini tomatoes are renowned; they are cherry tomatoes that are extremely flavourful and sweet, and with an intensely red, staining colour. After a short stop at the winery we drove back to the town of Fira. Fira is the capital of the island which is built on the cliffs. The cobblestone streets wind between shops ...
... everything was delicious but our favorite was a tomato pancake which sounds awful but was amazing.
After lunch, we visited one of the island's beaches, which is very rocky and has a lot of volcanic rock. I brought home a few pieces. The water was very clear & Rich said it was cold. I took his word for it. LOL
The city of Fira is perched atop the cliff & since we ended our tour there, we had to take a cable car ...
... in the little lizards crawling around on the walls. This mean that he would ram it's head against the wall. This wall was actually a cliff face, meaning I was holding onto this donkey for dear life! All in all I really prefered the galloping across a field on a horse than facing death on a donkey. But it was certainly an experience!
Fine China xoxo
P.S There will be photos later, they are all on Red's ...
... br> The tour left from the old port, which was at the bottom of the caldera without any drivable roads to it. Options to get up and down were a gondola ride or a switchback path where you could either hike or hire a donkey. We took the gondola down, but Brittany had a bit of a fascination with riding a donkey back up the hill. The other girls agreed to do it with a bit of "Ya, that could be nice" enthusiasm. I told them I'd done it before and I'd meet them at ...