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- TV Channel One Russia
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Ecoxenia Oia
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... a nice word. I happen to know for years the Chef of the cuisine Stelios. If I am not mistaken he works here for more than 25 years and he is a great guy, a professional and you will see him out chatting with the guests every evening. The dishes and everything Stelios prepared was beyond excellent. Tastes were homely, portions huge, the quality top. The cuisine uses virgin olive oil and the salad was freshly cut topped with Greek feta cheese and was super yummy. ...
... views and a lovely cooling breeze. After a bit more browsing round the quaint little streets, we took the donkey path down the hill to the little wharf on that side of the town. So glad we didn't walk up that path as it was difficult enough walking down it in the heat. I would have died! The purpose for this was to catch James and Mel's chartered boat back to the Thira wharf and then onto the Emerald ...
... getting me to show him the contents of my bag and wallet felt familiar from a trip to Tunisa a few years ago. Lucky for me I learnt my lesson then and now don't travel with any form of paper currency. Although a handy tip for anyone travelling...beer, small bottles of alcohol and even cigarettes go down quite well when faced with border crossings or hitch hiking for that matter. Maybe this advice would go well for the 10 humans trying to border hop using this train. Seeing as ...
... for meals. This is fabulous again. It is rustic greek. We start with fava bean purée, spicy cheese ( spicy pimento cheese like with feta), mussels in onion bell pepper, tomato and yummy broth. Homemade bread to eat with all. Dinner, Sarah and Marty had lamb, it came out in parchment roasted with rice. Just delicious. Rick had a grilled pork chop and I had orzo with shrimp and mussels in this incredible tomato type sauce which was also baked in parchment. ...
... climbing all over the place with no safety equipment getting buoys ready for the side of the boat. There was no chance we were getting on today but we were intrigued by the 10 or so locals young and old that we're going to give it a go. Finally after the boat was close enough everyone rushed to the side of the just as a huge waves hit the docks edge and flew up some 12 feet and sprayed the people. It was great. People scattered ...