Golden Sunset Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... full day tour by a 7th generation Venetian who took us to all the nook and crannies, ending up at St Marks Cathedral. She then had us enter Dodges Palace at the same time the doors closed to the public. We were in there for two hours getting all of the stories and history with no other visitors or distractions. Pure heaven. We left and then Steve and I managed to lose each other in St Marks Square for over 4o minutes in the dark. Not fun. When united at last, ...
... Fira but is a very popular place to watch the sunset so it is also pretty pricey. Don and I will be celebrating our one year wedding anniversary on May 10th so we decided to splurge for a few nights here. The house we have rented is located in one of the most picturesque locations on Santorini and it is absolutely stunning. When we were planning the trip last year I asked Don what sort of place he wanted us to stay in for our anniversary; He said he wanted to wake up, walk out ...
... be a lot of fun to check out one of the newest “attractions” on the island, the first (and only) microbrewery of Santorini. Luckily we found a waiter at one of the only open restaurants and since he was having a pretty slow day he was kind enough to give us directions to the brewery. Ten minutes later we pulled into the parking lot of the Santorini Brewing Company. We arrived just in the nick of time because the owner was just about to leave to run some errands ...
... like cobblestones the world over. There is also donkey droppings all along the way that you also need to watch out for!
Checked out all the various places to eat and settled on the Taverna which had tables right on the water and a nice view of all the happenings going on. Tried the taramasalata that had a nice and spicy taste that was served with fresh bread. We also shared a lovely salad with fresh parmesan grated on top. All very delicious.
... being in Israel. Our second stop was Naxos, and this redeemed a bit of the week for me. Naxos was touristy, too, but it wasn't full of backpackers and cruise ships. It was mainly filled with families on beach vacations. We literally passed our remaining two days on the beach drinking iced cappuccinos - albeit on lounge chairs packed like sardines into this little strip of white sand and turquoise water. We didn't venture much afield, as everything seemed to ...