Castro Hotel Kamari
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... We downed lots of water, followed by beer (the guys), and wine (the girls). Carrie and I left the guys in the restaurant and attempted a little shopping. At 5 we tried to get a taxi back without much success, so we hopped on the city bus back to Oia. It dropped us off in the square in front of the number one rated restaurant in Oia - a gelato store. We had to treat ourselves - yummy. Got back to ...
... in the volcanic earth, but it really has to be the views. At Firostefani we stopped for a few photos and a perfectly framed Disney Magic between the bells and Blue dome of the church, before heading out and along the mountain top and along Imerovigli and on to Oia. The road is cut from the volcanic remains of many eruptions, the deepest being the eruption of around 1500bc that last wiped out the Palace at Knossos we saw back on Mykonos. The earth is clearly striped in deep red iron ...
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!
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... we didn't notice as much in the other churches. Maybe it was the observation of the people's devotion that brought the spirit.Our Ferry ride to Santorini was longer than the last one to Paros, almost 3 hours because it stopped at the island of Naxos first. The ferry is really very comfortable with great windows to look out of, comfortable seats and a snack bar with greek pastries and drinks. When we arrived at the port in Santorini, it was immediately apparent ...
Santorini was formed when a volcano erupted around 1628 BC. The entire center of the original island blew up and formed a caldera, the biggest in the world that is filled with seawater. The water is so deep that there is only one spot that ships can drop anchor. The buses that take you to the top of the island have to drive up switchbacks on a road that was carved into the side of the landmass ...