Cori Rigas Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Swimming pool
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To offset our gluttonous eating habits, we went for another physical challenge to start off the day: hiking the 587 steps to the Old Port from Fira. We expected the cruise ship crowds and donkeys, but didn't predict that it would be the scariest event so far on the trip. Dangerous geography wasn't the issue - the stone steps were easily wide enough …
Our hotel provides a full breakfast so we got an early start (8am) with an omelette, Greek yogurt, coffee, juice, croissants, bread, lemon cake, honey, jam, fruit, ham, cheese, phyllo triangles, and the view! Then we prepared for our hike to Oia - put on sunscreen, packed the camera, filled up water bottles. Finally left around 10am (publishing …
We woke up early this morning to make sure we got to the airport because we definitely did not want to miss our flight to Santorini. Ashley gets a little paranoid and makes sure we are at the airport (well, the gate specifically) and Travis is pretty much the exact opposite -- plenty of opportunity there for tension on this trip! You can guess who …
... the bottom of the cliff!
It was 'Greek night' on the ship so we dressed in blue and white, and carried Greek flags which we had purchased on the Island. Our Australian Hostess Bev won the Princess award. Oh I wish I had taken a photo of her, she looked really great. The evenings entertainment of course included Greek music and Zorba the Greek dancing if anyone wanted to join in. Jenny and I chose not to.
... has sailed in wild seas before and for me, unsure of my likehood to succumb or not, it's the easiest way to not feel or think about it. And it's actually not too bad. The Scenic Railway is worse.
I wake around 7am to see a towering wall of rock emerging from the sea through our window. We are in the caldera approaching Santorini and I'm keen to get some shots from our vantage point. There is a small handful of eager photographers with me on deck, the only difference ...