Atrina Traditional Houses
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... be even more spectacular with the entire collection of the Parthenon carvings in place and it would be so neat to see them all together. Still it is a beautiful exhibit and we really enjoyed taking our time through the entire museum before heading out to see the site for ourselves.
But first before we made the trek up the hill, we decided to stop at a little Gyro stand nearby for a quick lunch, Greek style. As we entered the small shop the smell of delicious ...
... when someone yells bus to Oia and you run (if I new what the ride was going to be like I definitely wouldn't have ran). I jump on the front to lose Stuart to find out he was the last one to jump from the back door. We are packed in like sardines and take off, then tickets are sold with the seller climbing over everyone. Crazy crazy driver at the wheel and we pass Angeline Jolene house. As if I care at this point! To my relief we make it to ...
... has been controlled by the Romans and Turks, who have left their influences in the architecture and traditions. Later pirates plundered the island in search of treasure and slaves. Today the main industries are; tourism, the mining of pumice stone - remains from the eruptions - and the production of extra virgin olive oil and wine. Tourists flock to the island to witness its amazing scenery and buildings. ...
... her back down into her seat! Not that I needed the seat but my gosh, somebody kind and then somebody mean, right there together. She wouldn't meet my eyes then the entire trip and he glared at me like I had threatened to kick her out of the seat. Just don't understand some people.
The road to Oia is narrow and winding and our bus driver is racing down it like he's going to a fire. I am braced against the seat to ...
... your dead skin away. It sounds gross. Actually, it is gross. But once you get over the initial grossness and ticklishness, it actually feels quite nice. The next day, we had a free day. Matt and I wandered around town for some more shopping. We hadn't got up in time for breakfast, so we were quite peckish. We also really wanted some gelato. So we thought, why not do both? By the way, gelato for breakfast is almost as good as potato for breakfast. We had some lunch and went back to ...