Astir Thira Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... pizzas, I was not impressed. And as we later found out, this whole pizza by weight thing, not so unique, this place was just close to the Vatican and all new and hipster. After a stop to sample some Rome gelato we made our way back to our apartment as Emily had arranged a surprise treat for us for the evening - a trip to the opera! Our time back at the apartment was not quite spent in the leisurely manner we'd intended (at least not for Emily and Pete) for reasons I'll explain in ...
... doesn't swim in Australia either!
after that we cruised a bit further and had dinner. Greek salad, rice ( delicious), tatziki, pork and chicken. Lovely.
then out to Oia to watch the sunset. A bit disappointingly as it was cloudy but we saw one the night before so it was all good. They put the sails up for awhile but the engine was still running.
Met some lovely people, Sandy ...
... sign off my experience in Santorini, and in the Greek Islands by telling all of you out there to savor every moment in each day and cherish the beauty of life. When the sunsets over the houses in Oia, it is a moment unlike any other, and definitely will leave warmth in your heart. It was truly a moment where my favorite quote came into play:
" Life is not measured by how many breaths you take; but by the moments that take your breath away."
... years ago. The island is the cite of one of the biggest recorded volcanic erruptions in recorded history which resulted in the creation of the largest caldera in the world, with a sea depth of 1500 meters. Ok, so back to our check-in. After our jaws dropped open with the views, our next stop was this tiny little receptionist office with the manager of the Villas. We stayed at Asteras Villas, which has a total of five different and distinct villas. Catherine was very friendly ...
... My next stop was Santorini's capital, Fira. It was the most well know of all the villages and the most photographed. Also, Fira is where most cruise ships stop when they come to Santorini. When the bus first dropped me off, I was COMPLETELY lost and thinking about how much of a disappointment this island was. But, then I told myself to suck it up and just walk a little. Thank goodness, I did. Just a 2 minute walk from the bus station I found myself ...