Aressana Spa Hotel and Suites
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... the biggest, richest, most powerful mafia organisation in the world. We made our way to St Peters Sqaure, which was very large and very grand and very not square. There's a super large obelisk in the centre that was taken from Egypt and had some other interesting facts that I've managed to forget but all in the all the square, massive impressive, and probably a little intimidating. We joined the queue for the basilica which was just a security check, not a ticket line so it ...
... br> After we returned the quad, we climbed to Thira's caldera to watch the sunset and the wandering tourists. The area is crammed with small jewelry, boutique clothing and souvenir shops of interest to tourists, and expensive restaurants - all clinging to the cliff. We watched the teams of donkeys which carry tourists up the side of the cliff and the more modern gondola.
Romantic Santorini is definitely a destination that everyone must see. However, 2 days was plenty for ...
... and the boats and ships. Beautiful! Then it was time to make ou way down the mountain to the tender to take us back to the ship. There was a cable car but the queue was a mile long so we had to walk down 700 odd steep steps to the bottom. OMG!!!!!! Des kept telling me to hurry because we would miss the boat. You can imagine what l told him. Tonight we are docking at Mykonos at about ...
... went out all around us! Luckily it was back on in about 15mins, then every man and his dog was trying to connect to wifi so there was no chance. We enjoyed a drink and some scrumptious zucchini balls then headed back to the ship for a celebratory dinner with our tour group for a lady whose birthday was the following day. Lisa had even arranged a birthday cake and for the dining room staff to sing happy birthday! It was a lovely way to end the day and the ...
... I then nicknamed him the Bingo King, as he was instantly infamous on board with other passengers commenting that one doesn't stand a chance with him playing bingo. Well, winners are grinners, and the bingo win, although not enough to retire on, definitely went a long way in covering Chris' bar tab on board. In the afternoon Chris went for a mixology master class at the R bar, while I had a swim and lounged by the ...