Astir Thira Hotel
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... us. We called our hotel which came to pick us up. The hotel is nice, basic but nice. We have our own blue door and window shutters but sadly the bougainvillea outside our room isn't in flower otherwise the image of our accommodation would be picture perfect. That's where the perfection ends... the bed is hard, the pillows are flat, yes a small fridge to keep some amazing award winning Santorini wine cold but no wine opener, no pool towels, no soap to wash with, ...
... of the trees. We wandered around Oia taking in the iconic blue roofed buildings and the views of the surrounding Islands. It's lovely here especially as it's off peak as there is ************e around and most places are being renovated in preparation (not sure if it would be as nice in peak). We stopped into a local bakery for lunch, we had a feta pastry and a spinach pastry that were very tasty. We caught the local bus back to fira, while we were waiting James tried to ...
From Mykonos to Santorini we took a fast ferry the ferry was behind schedule by 1 hour. We were greeted by our tour guide who took us to our hotel the Astir thira hotel which is right off the main road.we walked in to town and ate at Mama's house restaurant. Then we took a bus and went to see the sunset at the famous spot in Santorini. It was ...
... Just back from a wonderful dinner at the Ambrosia website is http://restaurant-ambrosia.com/about/ - absolutely delicious, we dined on the following:
Ambrosia tart filled with caramelised onions
Katifi angel hair pastry filled with trio cheese
Sautéed baby calamari
Beef fillet with vinsanto wine and truffles
Sea bream with lemon capers
Guess we will have to return here for our 50th!! Not so sure if we will include the donkey ride though!
... island has a population od 15,000 people and its main industry is tourism but there is a significant wine industry- the grapes are grown on strangely woven vines that look like a basket, to protect the grapes and leaves from the severe winds that carry sand.There is also agriculture that produces Santorini tomatoes, white augergine and some small chick peas, although these ...