Marcos Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a little local store on the way back, tasting home made olive oil, lots of jams and preserves and some beautiful sweet Santorini wine. Buying some, we also bought some Santo nuts (peanuts covered in honey and sea same seeds) they are both delicious, the wine we are keeping for home, the nuts we are snacking on! Nic found the little miniature horse (which he mistook for a donkey) and gave it a few pats, the chubby little thing snorted with delight and it's ...
... steps. We lunched at the bottom on Greek salad at an ocean side cafe and set off walking in the direction of what appeared to be a beach, given the people we'd observed coming and going. This time I'd brought my togs and I haven't seen a single bumble bee here. A bit of rock clambering including Ang walking along a narrow strip - hopefully she'll post the pic I took of that - and we got to a small area where maybe 40/50 people were swimming. The caldera is pretty deep and getting ...
We rented a Smart Car Cabrio and man is it small. I think golf carts are bigger. They gave it to us on empty which I hate but I guess they don't have any onsite gas stations so what can you do. $14 for a gallon and a half, this is worse than Switzerland. The island seems old and not so updated. At night, it seems romantic and charming, at day it seems like a really sunny island with little infrastructure.
We went to the Red Beach which was near their ...
... on the beach. The water was way too cold for me to actually get in though. We are here quite a bit before high season. I think the water would be nicer in July. I did get a little bit sunburned, but it didn't last too long.
Day three we didn't do much during the day, just sort of lounged around. We went to watch the sunset over the volcano in the evening from one of those restaurants built into the cliff. It was really nice. We decided to go ...
... walk between Fira and
Imerovogli along the caldera’s edge.
Once again, words cannot describe.
Every corner you turn is a postcard.
It is virtually impossible to take a bad picture in this place, especially
in light of the later afternoon and early evening. I hope you can see for yourself in my
pictures. I’m also pretty sure several
of the vistas are staged for maximum picturesque/photo effect ...