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- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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... was a bit more comforting to have someone to hold on to. The ride down was even worse then the ride up! Although the farmer that we got tied us all together and lead the way, the donkeys kept sliding on the worn down marble and stone. It was very slippery, even the people waking down were sliding and falling everywhere. I just held on to Chantal and prayed that our donkey didn't fall over. Meanwhile we had a tourist on the donkey behind us ...
... wine prices on the menu so we ordered beer (greek beer -- tasted like the "national lager" from any other country) and ouzo. According to Rick Steves, the two biggest scams in Santorini are exorbitant prices for sunscreen and overcharging at restaurants. Finally tried a Greek salad in Greece. Big hunks of feta, no lettuce, fresh vegetables. Barely dressed at all so we added some olive oil and vinegar ourselves. We ordered calamari saganaki ...
... haggling and sharks and just enjoyed the experience of the narrow white washed lanes full of night lit colour and people.
We are still a bit tired as the pace and the heat catch up on us. It is also noteworthy that being in an inhospitable foreign country takes extra processing and negotiation, together with all the steps and uneven ground which we are being very careful on as it would be so very easy to injure yourself ...
... table in the world". Dinner was once again soooo delicious. We have done good with food on this trip. I had Santorini salad full of local ingredients like capers, caper leaves, local feta cheese. Sarah had grilled octopus, Marty grilled a regime , Rick had best mussels he'd ever had. Entrees, 3 of us had local fish in lemon caper sauce. Marty had what he claims was best dinner ever. I will add description from menu later. We keep ...
... on the water, but inland, and South of the main town of Fira. VEDEMA is a completely walled, neo-gothic, very magical kingdom which romantically transports the guest into a different time. On our tour of the property, we were shown the wine cave, and made reservations for a wine tasting evening tomorrow at 6:00pm. The Buckner villa was two stories, with viewing decks looking out to the water, and the two larger villas below.... Both with pools and patios. What a charming, ...