Kallisti Thera Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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After another night of smooth sailing, 10.00am arrived at Santorini which is an active volcano. Santorini is not one island but five, and we sailed into the Caldera, the crescent shaped bay to the main island and port of Fira. We had to anchor away from the port and got Tender Boats to take us to shore, then did a 3 hour tour by bus to Akrotiri Village Excavations. This city, which began ...
... off the main street (walking only)that runs along the cliff face it soon turns into just "ordinary" living, but still nice. Spent a few hours in each of the main towns admiring the buildings and taking a “few” photos. No shopping but plenty of places to get rid of your money if one had wanted too.
Both towns full of tourists. There were at least four cruise ships anchored each day just off Fira ...
... time to take the 4 wheelers to Perissa and back before they were due in at 1:00. We took off with a little more confidence because we really felt like we knew where we were going. We even saw some road signs along the way.
The highway was open and we could see Fira and Oia behind us. All around were grape vines. We had to stop and take some pictures because of the way they store the vines for the winter. There are no trellis systems or wire for the ...
... our "quad." Kyle said the rental agent asked him if he'd ever driven a quad. He responded with no, but snowmobile. The rental guy laughed nervously and said, "similar? Okay? Okay!" Away we went to Pyrgos and Franco Columbo's famous cafe for brunch! Kyle is no Boy Scout in Santorini! He gets so turned around, especially at noon! Luckily, I'm the best co-pilot, as long as I'm given a healthy dose of Greek ...
... town along the cobbled streets, climbing around the ruins of a castle and sitting in restaurants with superb views out onto the water surrounded by the rim of the volcano which only erupted in 1954.
There is a steep walk down to the port where the boats depart and donkeys for the weary to return up the hill.