Hotel Atlantida Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... I was half way up the pathway taking a breather when round the corner came Linda….her donkey finally having found 2nd gear. She clearly was enjoying the ride and, cheering her on, I told her I would catch up to her at the top. The climb was definitely invigorating and the views along the way so spectacular it was difficult to walk too far before stopping to soak in a new vista. My camera was getting a real workout! Just a few feet to the west of the pathway was the cable ...
... beach chairs and a small restaurant) but we bypassed all of that to get a little bit of the beach to ourselves. Careful to not go too far down where it looked like there were a couple of sun worshipers with no bathing suits, we found a place to lay down our towels. The black beach was created by lava from the volcano, so were the tall cliffs, sheared so as to see the layers of sediment pre-volcano and post, finishing with a light, almost creme color ...
... get at night. So we were pretty lucky not to have any dramas. When we arrived home we went for a quick drip in the pool, relaxed a bit and then went to our local as we enjoyed it so much from the night before. Coke zero in a bottle EUR4 - ouch! This time we had a chicken gyros each, a nice fresh Greek salad, tzatiki and coke. Bill came to EUR13.90. Unbelievable :) We got a few snacks from the local store, at first we thought it was well priced coke zero cans EUR1.50 ...
... I must say from up on the highest part of the island, where the hotel is, this was pretty special. I was trying to talk to Megan on Skype but kept getting distracted by the beautiful sunset so we gave up. Aaaah Mother Nature and her wonders.
I have just sampled the greek pizza and I must say I was impressed, very nice indeed. Shower, show and bed for me though. Big day tomorrow doing the tour of the island. ...
... the island of Santorini while singing along to the classic rock the bus driver was playing. (C'mon, man, you can't not sing along when "The day the music died" is on (Manayach, I'm pretty sure the song is just called "American Pie")) After freshening up, Jasmine decided she wanted to check out a bar/restaurant back in Perissa that had advertised Greek dancing. I agreed to go with for moral support and to hold down ...