- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... we were eating one of the workers began to hang out octopi for people to chose for their meal. This is evidently a regular item on most menus on the island but we never tried any!
Began the walk back up. It was getting much warmer and of course was a little more difficult. We had walked a short distance and stopped to catch our breath and enjoy the view and let a group of donkeys heading down get past us.
Note: The donkeys seemed to go the ...
... every few meters. Max met his new Dutch mate in the street so we had to stop and chat awhile.
The queue for the cable car back down had the kids thinking they should catch the donkey, no way I was decending 580 sun baked, manure filled steps to the bottom so we baked in the queue for awhile, clever greeks sell that Ice cold beer at almost every store that the queue passed by :)
Down on the port we stopped for a few more ice cold Alphas on the water before saying adios to ...
After dinner we tried to find some nightlife, but wound up with gelato and heading to bed around midnight. Our room was hot and stuffy packed with us three girls, and very unpleasant. At least we had a beautiful view from our ground-level balcony (practically a front porch!), We breathed in dry air and were not happy campers, but exhausted, we fell right to ...
... other, their patios juttingout at strange angles as if they were jockeying for space since the very beginning of being built. All patios face the Caldera if they can and this is very evident as the sun sets and people flock to any location that will give them the famous view of the huge orange sun sinking into the cool blue of the sea. We were fortunate to find a table on the patio of a restaurant that Ana Maria, our new friend at the front desk of the ...
... friendly roof over the excavations and made the whole area very nice to visit and not exposed to the elements. But it makes the area very crowded for tour groups as there are a number of these in the area, which at the moment is probably around an acre. The ruins are quite deep and there are examples of the house having up to 4 or 5 storeys. The town was covered by volcanic ash and pumice, which has preserved the buildings and the contents as the Italian towns ...