Ikies - Traditional Houses
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... hotel to see the temple of the Greek big man himself, Zeus. Having purchased the all-inclusive ticket when we visited the Acropolis we were able to just walk right in (not that there was a line to skip anyway) and we were treated to some incredible views, having arrived just as the sun was starting to set and change the color of the sky a bit. So following a few amazing amateur photography moments we continued down the road just a bit to complete our day of sightseeing with ...
... Unfortunately, we couldn't have predicted that the weather would be so hot!! Not the best day to see a steaming crater (1000°C) and splash around in a hot pool of water. The volcano and hot springs tours seems to pass quickly. We hiked to the summit and saw the steam billowing out of a few relief vents. You could feel the heat emanating from the crater even over the heat of the day! And the hot springs ended up being quite nice. ...
... though. Went to the beach again. Mulled around. Then had a few quiet drinks with the peeps and was in bed by about 12.30am. Just because I had to catch a ferry at 11am the next day, and had to leave the hostel by 10am ish and my alarm was set for 9am. Wednesday 21 August 2013: Arrived in Santorini in the afternoon and chilled at the hostel. It's so easy to make friends at hostels, so I managed to make a little crew pretty easily. ...
... part of the site was walking down at street level and seeing the walls of the former homes and businesses. In my minds eye I saw a child playing in the street, women talking together with water jugs nearby and men working in the shops. I find ancient sites like this just fascinating. This city was buried by a volcanic eruption and like Pompeii the frescos were remarkably well-preserved because of it. The inhabitants ...
... island has a population od 15,000 people and its main industry is tourism but there is a significant wine industry- the grapes are grown on strangely woven vines that look like a basket, to protect the grapes and leaves from the severe winds that carry sand.There is also agriculture that produces Santorini tomatoes, white augergine and some small chick peas, although these ...