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TripAdvisor Reviews Atlas Santorini
Travel Blogs from Santorini
... uphill through the maze of streets and alleys, we arrived in another pretty corner of town. I lost Linda to a couple of "quinchy" ladies wear shops and while she rummaged through "up-town" samples, I wandered down the street and chatted with a shop keeper in a pretty, little jewelry store. He explained that this would be the last week for many of the shops to be open. He was heading back to the mainland….can"t remember where...to enjoy four or five months away from Fira ...
we are at Santorini Island (Greece) and it is always a picture from
the ship with a mass of white houses covering the top of the mountain
island (looks like snow from a distance). Cruise ships cannot anchor
because the water is too deep in the caldera so have to use their
engines to maintain their position. The original volcanic island
exploded about 3000 years ago and is still ...
... the hillside. My only consolation was that they would form some sort of cushioning when the cable snapped and the car fell.
We were grateful to get back to the ship in one piece. We me Bill for lunch on the deck and had a very nice conversation with him. We are meeting many nice people on this trip. We had dinner last night with the cruise director and had a very good time. The food on this ship is really excellent.
... you read the signs on the bus to find which bus to get on. Once you are on the bus, a person comes through and collects your fare based on where you are heading.
We were not interested in going to the beach areas and toyed with the idea of going to some of the historic ruins on the island but somehow never quite got there. We did do some interesting hikes while we were there and walked to town ...
... because she apparently already wasted cooking 6 for us. No to worry, we had our caffeine hit and moved on to hiring a quad bike. Cruising around the island with a quad is definitely the tourist thing to do! We got a map from reception that showed only about 20 streets of the whole island. I’ve noticed in Europe that they all just point in the direction you need to head…no real clear directions. So we got pointed basically straight up to the cliffs. We were ...