Costa Marina Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCosta Marina Villas Fira
Marina and her staff made our short stay in Santorini excellent. Her great reccommendations filled our stay with great memories. We had a planned itinerary which Marina helped to expand upon.
Costa Marina Villas is a well kept, beautiful hotel. While not affording a sunset view, you can spend the money saved on a restaurant with a view. The Villas are situated for a beautiful sunrise as well. The rooms are well kept and very clean, with excellent beds.
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... temple will become a museum. We then visited the very large rock that sits just next to the acropolis and leant that it was pretty much the birth place of democracy. The well to do and educated of ancient Athens used to gather on said rock and hey presto democracy started. After that we walked down through the ancient agora, which was mostly buildings that have little left other than the stones in the ground , but did visit one of the most in tact temples in the world ...
... beating down on my face - to the beach ! Looking down at the water from my hostel I would assume that the beach was no more than a 30 minute walk away. Armed with bikini, camera, and sandals I began my walk down. Wellllllll about 45-60 minutes later, I made it. It sort of felt like an illusion, like the water just kept getting further and further away, I debated turning around probably 5-6 times, but convinced myself that was silly - it was beautiful ...
... from our souvlaki prior! Home to bed ready for a big day on the rest of our activities booked and paid for! Wake up and have some brekky...off milk...I'll have toast instead! Don mistook cake for toast and ate it with ham and cheese on top... Better luck tomorrow we hope... We walked into town and got some pictures looking down towards the volcano and the harbour below ( tiny harbour!). Then it was down the cable cars we went, they moved quite fast. Once ...
... to get ashore and explore.
Off the ship via tender and onto an awaiting coach where we were taken to the highest point on the island. A little overcast this morning but we were able to clearly see how 'barren’ the landscape is due to the very low percentage of rainfall. Very little vegetation can be seen. The grapevines grow in clumps on the ground with the leaves protecting the fruit underneath.
... are hard to come by and usually you have to call them to pick you up. After an hour and a half of waiting along with another couple, CJ asked a nice man at a corner shop if he could call us a cab. The man actually called the bus company and was told the bus was five minutes away. Sure enough, it finally showed up. So after our buns of steel workout for the day, our feet were sore so we soaked them in our jacuzzi and happily went to sleep. Tomorrow we are off to the famous town of ...