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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... that we had quit at 12 the night before. The plan was to go to Oia for the day, but we stopped over at Fira to go to "Lucky's Souvlakis", where Issy had her first "gyros are delicious" moment, which I considered a personal victory. We even ordered seconds. Crazily enough, as we were sitting eating, James Fisher appeared out of no where, which was a massive bout of deja vu, it was weird but good to see a ...
... yes I ate fire grilled pizza and home made pasta in Italy and yes this fast food minute made gyro would easily be chosen again before any of the above.
The island of Santorini is basically a rock in the sea. The ground is dry and dusty, greenery is minimal and the sun is overbearing. However the view points, steep jagged cliffs and black sand beaches are more than enough to drop your jaw. After ...
... it was pretty sophisticated up there, steam room, bath houses, massage/spa areas, and an amphitheater. After completing the hike/tour and another white-knuckles drive down (don't meet a bus, please don't meet a bus!) we drove to Red Beach. Red Beach has suffered some landslides recently (like last year) so parts of the path are still closed. We walked to wear we could see, and the beach and cliff behind the beach is so red! Nick's guess is the red comes from certain ...
... interesting - some buildings were as old as 2 centuries BC! It was very windy up there - we thought we might get carried away! We made our way back down to Kamari and found a little restaurant where we had Kebabs for lunch. We then drove to Athinios Bay which we had to drive down a windy road on the side of a cliff to get to. It was a lovely little Harbour and bay. We then drove through Emporio ...
... sea flowed in after the eruption about 1000 years ago. For some reason the ship isn't allowed to anchor here today so it drifted all day while we were taken by local tender boats to a wharf at the base of the cliffs of lava.
The only way up is by cable car at 4 euros each or the other alternative is a donkey ride up a zig zag path. The ship staff warned us not to take the donkey or try to walk up. They said the donkey poo is ...