Astir Thira Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bloodily scary I can tell you and a bit of a plot I think by the donkey owners to pay back those not riding !
Anyway, the climb was worth it as the village of Oia is like every Greek postcard you've ever seen rolled into one. The buildings hug the cliff top, and are like sugar cubes houses. There colours of the white buildings, blue church roofs and stands of bougainvillea was breathtaking. Around each corner of the narrow windy lanes was ...
... cafe was great we were able to look down over the cliff side of town and see the remains of a ruined castle which was once the seat of the Argyri Family under the Venetians.We decided to head off to the castle to have a quick look before we had to rejoin our group.
The castle view was well worth the walk there, but meant we had a brisk walk through the hot crowded lanes to reach our bus on time... Not an ideal task, but we ...
... Islands is one of these places).. There is a reason why things are touristy.. Because they are awesome!
After a night at Athens airport, where we didn’t even bother heading into town we had an early flight to Santorini.
We rocked into the island in the wee hours of a Sunday morning. Still dark the hostel owners picked us ...
... along the seaside cliff path around Fira and one day we did the 3 hour walk from Oia to Fira. If you are coming to Santorini this is a must do. It is steep at some points and goes off onto dirt track but at other times you are wandering in amongst the most fanciest hotels on the island, pretty much in peoples back yards!
We also spend a couple of ...
... views back along the caldera towards Fira - imagine spending your working day with that view! There were the usual souvenir shops, containing similar articles to Fira, but this time with Oia scrawled onto them and many other shops that we enjoyed poking about in. There were the usual dogs lying prostrate in the shade, often lying right up beside the walls of the shops, and in one case, a lovely shop dog called Bijou which means jewel. So too there were cats, ...