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Travel Blogs from Stalís
... We picked out a cute little restaurant in a square just off the busiest roads. There we had another fabulous meal. Greek salad, amazing grilled mushrooms (no idea what kind, but they looked like fans), and a house “special” – feta wrapped in bacon and eggplant. Seriously, that was the best thing we’ve eaten here. We were sad to find out that this wasn’t a traditional Greek dish as one of the ladies at the shop ...
... a town on the edge of Thira. We chose to ride the donkeys up the steep hill, many squeals and laughs later we made it to the top to watch the sunset. A huge day but great way to see this strange volcanic island. After a few days lazing by the pool in Santorini we finally boarded another typically late (3hours) ferry to the island of Crete. A fast taxi ride half an hour out of the main terminal we arrived just after midnight at ...
... between meals we walked around the touristy part of town, where Jen practiced her negotiation skills (17% savings,) and checked out where the bus station was for the following day. Jen double checked the fair to Chania and the guy said 13.80, but she heard 30.80! She was ready to go car rental shopping. The only thing that stopped her was the fact that she would have to drive! Standards here are half the price of automatics and, frankly, the drivers are ...
Tried the Raki...came short of splurting it out! You know the feeling...reading later 80%!!! Made from grape skin & twigs left over from stomping...new meaning of Dregs!
PS now about the Museum: With the help o their large storage urns, began the Trade routes thus standardising weights & measures. With their creative attributes they developed stamps which could be found imprinted on the handles. Most of the exhibits in the ...
... train car. Jen pushed ahead through the crowd and managed to squeak on staring as I inched my way towards the doors. I had visions of the train leaving without me – as there was simply no room. Jen was so far into the car however, that there was no way she would be able to get off either though. So in I pushed, hoofing my suitcase against the soft and supple shins of sweaty Grecians on their morning commute. We might have ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility