Atrina Traditional Houses
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... side. We have a private balcony and the room is literally a cave. The bathroom is small but has a big jacuzzi tub. We have a nice sitting area and a separate bedroom. We had a very good dinner at the hotel restaurant, I had a lobster cake, like a crab cake and Rich had scallops. It was very breezy but that keeps things cool. When we woke up this morning, it was quite a surprise to see how amazing the views are and how intricate ...
... 2:30 am, when we caught a cab back to Glyfada.
We had a long night in the room, waking up multiple times choking on stale air. I gave up and slept in the upstairs lobby area for a bit until sunrise, when we felt it was safe enough to sleep with all our windows and doors wide open to let the air in.
Long night, but I watched the sun rise on a beautiful new morning.
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... further away from ship. It was a beautiful setting. We ate cheese and olives, bread and tasted white wine, could have red. Looks like they have many weddings there on the roof overlooking the med. Came back to Fira and walked through the town past the cathedral and onto cable cars. Took the cable car down to dock. Very windy and choppy on tendor I got wet! Had a shower, soon we go to dinner! Played at slots in Casino, started with $10 and got up to $47 cashed out at $40, not bad ...
... view. 4€ it was. I was keen to check out our village have some bevvies and then recharge back at the hotel. By this stage it was mid arvo, and the sun was close to setting. We managed to get a bottle of Santorinis finest vino for the sunset. Delicious, and the sunset more than complimented the wine. Or was it the other way around??? After the sun had set I was starving ...
... few mountains collapsed into the void allowing the sea to rush in and create the ring which exists today. You get a really good understanding of it by climbing to the top of the volcano and getting a panoramic view.
Next stop was another island that was now an extinct volcano. It still gave off heat though and created hot springs. We anchored about 100m off the bay, jumped in and swam in. The water continued to warm up from about 21 degrees when we jumped ...