Castro Hotel Kamari
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... inside!) We're staying in what was in the 19th Century a house of a wealthy doctor (my room was the kitchen I think - there's still the original pizza-type oven in the bathroom!). Later in its life, it was the home of the PM (albeit he was only the PM for a year - 1973) who used to arrive by helicopter. It has been restored and now is made up of 5 suites (not sure of definition of a ...
... legs were aching and I was glad to be off it.
We walked down a little street and came to a car rental shop. We went inside and were going to hire quad bikes but as it was cheaper to get a car, mum and Debbie decided that was the better option. I was a bit disappointed by this but it wasn't that bad. we hopped in the little red car that we hired and my mum had to drive as Debbie didn't have her drivers licence with her. My mum was really nervous about driving in ...
We left on the bus at 2 pm to go to the Santorini port. At the port we had frozen yogurt and waited for our ferry. We boarded and tried to sleep, read or talk about anything to pass the time. After a LONG EIGHT HOURS, we arrived in Glyfada again. Tomorrow, I fly back to the USA!
Here I ...
... This has very narrow twisty windy streets with very few roads for vehicle access. We eventually found the church I wanted and got my shots.
The views are spectacular and the little restaurants all seem to have beautiful views. We decided to have calamari; mine fried and Relle's grilled. It was delicious and so fresh. We washed it down with a couple of ice cold Mythos beers. The meal including four beers was €34.20 - pretty good I thought. We have at ...
... a freedom of the spirit, I must say. Then it was a full on sprint to the bottom where our esteemed leader was waiting for us. Next we motored around the volcano to the far side and the hot springs. The boat pulls into a small cove and drops anchor, ladder goes overboard, captain points at water and says "you swim". Well as dubious as I was I hadn't come all that way not to do stuff so I was the first one in the water. The boys followed once ...