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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Que bela noite de sono. Após aquele lindo pôr do sol, nada melhor. Acordamos bem tranquilos, tomamos nosso café e partimos para conhecer diversas praias.
A primeira parada foi a praia de Vilhada, bem deserta, pelo menos nessa época do ano, e bem típica da região, areias com pedras e negra, mar lindamente azul e rochas para todos os lados …
... a red rock full of iron. With half the island made of pumice, there mustn’t be a soul (or sole) on the island with rough-skinned feet...
Panos talked about the buildings - how they are all white with blue doors or windows, and the churches all have blue domes. He said there were three possible reasons for this. The first - it is representative of the ocean. Second - blue and white are of course the colours of the Greek flag. Third was the one that he says ...
One of the most popular pictures of Greece is from the island of Santorini. You know it - the village/town with all of the whitewashed buildings with blue roofs. In fact, it is so popular, many people think that all of Greece looks like this and several people are disappointed with the reality. Having said that, I was excited to see Santorini and see the iconic view.
This morning, we took a bus ...
... dairy on the way, when I saw a snickers ice cream sign - I just had to try that. Delish. The rest of the day was very lazy, another cocktail at happy hour, laying in the sun, reading a book and then we got takeaways for dinner. I got a Greek salad and slice of pizza and Ali got a gyros ( beef style kebab in pita bread with chips). We went to bed early as we had an early ...
Sailed into Santorini about 6 this morning and spent so long out on the balcony watching the view that we had to race showers and breakfast! In the predawn light the island looked like a huge layered chocolate cake with white icing dripping down from the top. Stunning! The weather and depth of water (just over 300 metres deep) meant that the ship would not anchor today but would stay on its thrusters all day. The island is part of the Cyclades group of Islands ...