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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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, ...
... the traffic then out to Perissia beach about 15km away. The roads were steep and windy making it even more fun. The beaches were deserted. It is off season until after Easter. The sand is all black volcanic rock. But the water is clear. We then stopped at Santos Winery. It had the most spectacular views. We had morning tea there. No wine though as my driving was already too scary! We took off to the other end of the island to Oia. The ...
... inviting, that I went for a quick swim.
We got to Oia and looked around. We walked up and down the cobbled lanes and took heaps of photos before finding a spot so that we were ready for the sunset. We ended up sitting on a ledge just down from where we sat last night. It was actually really comfortable and I enjoyed sitting there with my zoom lens on taking in the sights while waiting for the ...
... wasn't any good but we took them. Then we told Sharyn and she managed to get another two, after a bit of arguing and being told priority was only for disabled & elite. Now we had four which still wasn't enough of course but Kelvin got more very early and after much confusion about who was waiting where we all made it to Santorini at different times. The tender process works really well. There were four large cruise ships in port at the same time but we had all left by 8 so were on ...
... boat and that we would be treated to a walk on the remnants of the volcano in the area known as the Caldera. We would also be sailing to an adjoining area where the volcanic activity creates hot springs. Following this, we would head out around the other side of the Caldera to enjoy late afternoon selection of Greek food and a glass or two of wine or beer and watch the world famous Santorini sunset.
The next morning we joined the group ...