Dream Island Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Oia cave houses, take scooter and also hike from fira to oia takes 2- 3 hrs and is beautiful Starter diced peppers,onions and tomatoes covered with a slab of feta then large slice of ripe tomatoe then thin slice mozzarella and paprika and baked Called feta saganaki special
... our sunset last night and used the word magical and I thought it was so fitting. The scenery on Santorini is so diverse for an island that is so small. It is 37 square miles. Not much! But the variety of things to see and experience was just a treat.
I have also realized on our trip so far that it is not about what we are wearing or what we look like – which usually matters to me. But for now, we are dressing for practicality and warmth and ...
... with the ticket. It was actually a very cool place. We were there pretty close to opening and were the only ones there for the most part which was great. The cemetery was started on what was once the outskirts of the city on the main road leaving up to the acropolis and was the burial place for distinguished people. There's also a museum on site which features a lot of the grave markers (which can be some large and elaborate statues) and other things they found in the ...
... here I am, sandals, bikini, tshirt, and camera, in no position to be running anywhere, start to speed walk all up hill, wheezing and coughing the whole way, must have been such a beautiful picture. As the cloud follows me up the hills, taunting me, I just know it's gonna start chucking it down any minute. A few rain drops fall, a burst of thunder, and the pace the water falling quickens. Whelp, I got soaked. I was hoping for a nice warm shower when ...
... is considered dormant as it has to go 100 years with no eruption to be classed as inactive, the last eruption was in the 50's. You could see small amounts of smoke come off the sulphur patches, but it really just looked like a pile of rocks.... Down we went and back on the boat! Around the corner and we were in the water, swimming into the hot water at the foot of the volcano. Some people put the sulphur mud on their skin, me personally couldn't even stand ...