Aressana Spa Hotel and Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stop was at a Winery called Santo Wines. According to Dimitrius, the best in Santorini. Lovely spot at night.
Then it was time for us to say goodby to Dimitrius, and return to the cable car. Then, the tender and back to the Norwegian Jade. These last two days have been unbelievable.
Tomorrow we stop at Mykonos and don't have a tour planned. We're going to relax and just enjoy the town.
Good night dear friends and ...
... a proposal said the waitress so we had to sit inside which just wasn't as good because you couldn't really see the view so Adam told the lady we would go for a walk and we would come back later, so we ended up walking down the road for a bit and finding this lovely private area with a staircase which was overlooking the caldera and the sun set and the beautiful white buildings!! And Adam got down on one knee and proposed!!!!!!!! It was ...
... road for more pictures and then saw that last glimpse of the sun and headed for the hotel. We were pretty well frozen by that time and ready to thaw out.
What an incredible day. We took nearly 500 pictures and they are beautiful, but the real thing is even better and it will be forever etched in my mind.
We relaxed for an hour or so in our room and warmed up with plans to head to a little nicer place for dinner. Our hotel owner had ...
... part of town where I caught up on some writing and watched another glorious sunset with a few of the people from my hostel with whom I later had a cheap dinner of my greek favourite - Gyros. A gyros is a round thickish pide bread spread with tzatziki (ok I don't know how to spell that!) then loaded up with kebab meat, lettuce, tomato and hot chips (obviously no lettuce and tomato for me). They're amazing. I don't know why we don't have them in Australia - clearly every ...
... someone a while back that Greece was highly unionised and had issues with price fixing, collusion etc etc. this was no more evident than the moment we got onto the tender boat to get into the shore and then every bus we hoped onto. Everything was branded, labelled and uniformed as the Santorini Boatmen's Union. I can imagine there would be difficulties for a newer comer trying to ply a trade in this business. Anyway, i divert from the topic at hand. So back to the ...