Aressana Spa Hotel and Suites
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... view. This is obviously an old volcano crater, as the land circles around a bay with a caldera in the middle. The houses on the side of the mountain are once again spectacular. We took a leisurely walk (up) along the coastline and ended up having a small lunch of meatballs in xx and fried tomatoes (a major crop on the island) with a spectacular view of the bay. Then it was back to our motel via a lot of the shops in town (according to ...
... our hostel for the night. It was a pretty sketchy area and the hostel was definitely not the prettiest, but it was a bed to sleep in for the night. The next morning we were at the airport and on our way back to Vienna. The week flew by but it was definitely a trip of a lifetime. I cant wait to go back to Santorini in the (most likely distant) future.
Next up, picking up Hillary at the airport in Vienna and then spending the weekend in Budapest and a few days exploring more of Vienna!
... t springs as such, it's just a cove of the volcano that is heated continuously and has rusty orange coloured water. The water out of the spring is blue as blue and super salty, it was fairly fresh but the springs were much warmer and full of orange water. The teachers told the kids the orange mud was good for your skin so they were all covering themselves not realising it stains! Plenty of orange faces climbed back onboard when it was time to go. We then set off back to ...
... same choice again next time. There was a tender leaving right away when we arrived at the port, so we were back on the ship very quickly. Matt went for a massage for a sore shoulder, while I enjoyed an ice cream cone and some reading by the pool. Before dinner we went to visit out new friend Hector, the flashy barman at the martini bar for some of his magic concoctions. He put on a great show as always and we enjoyed our drinks. ...
... Nice guy, who in 2010 left the big city life of Athens, bought the hotel and runs it as a small private business. I wish him success as his operation is very charming although it would be good if they could improve a few things like the hot water and wifi to all rooms. That said, for 90 Euros a night, its hard to complain about the value when the hotels in Oia are 5-10x as much. Antonia explained they have 10 staff which is actually a lot for his business but its ...