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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... It was 0.8kilos....I just bought $60 worth of snapper! Sammy had the laugh of her lifetime upon learning the news. I'm glad she was able to find the humor in it. The fish arrived head, fins and all and was some of the best food we've had. Even the feral cats swarming our table must have thought so too. After some baklava and chocolate lava cake, we climbed the 267 steps back up to our hotel. Of all our meals thus far, this, by far, was the most adventurous ...
... that gradually changed positive as the meal went on. She does this for all the guests. For dinner, we ordered a take out of cod roe cream, pork shank and lamb and ate back at our hotel overlooking the sunset. We brought wine and octopus salad ingredients from the grocery store. At 7:30, the sun was already slowly showing a hint of yellow. By 8:30, the sun was no more than a pinky's width away from the horizon. The sky was showing hues of yellow and red and purple ...
... curved walls, with a beautiful pool (some suites have their own plunge pools outside their doors), jetted baths and breakfast delivered to your room. What a luxury! I revelled in it.
Several of us walked four miles along the cliff edge from Imerovigli to Oia, whose incredibly picturesque buildings – white with blue domes – have made Santorini the dream vacation of many. I wouldn’t ...
... the Mount of Prophet Elijah. You have a quite good view over the islands from here and we take a few photos and then are loaded back onto the bus where we are taken to the lower point in the town of Fira in front of the Cathedral of Saint Gabriel. The tour is ended. Just like that. So we meander the streets after a quick look at the church and then into the crowded streets and shops of the town.
Greek Orthodox Churches have been explained to us by ...
... to the island of Thirasia for some lunch. Thirasia is on the other side of the caldera from Santorini and the boat moors at the base of the cliffs below the small settlement of Thirasia. There are a number of tavernas along the foreshore but as the foreshore is narrow you have to walk through one to get to the next. We went to Captain Nicks not a very Greek name but defiantly run by a very Greek husband and wife and had excellent squid freshly cooked on a ...