Kallisti Thera Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the gangway. Not good for stragglers! Our ride was about two hours with one intermediate stop. On its west side Santorini rises dramatically out of the sea up steep 1000 foot cliffs. It is a flooded caldera - a collapsed volcanic crater. Some think it might be Plato's Atlantis. We landed at the New Port where a bus met us and somehow maneuvered the twisty turns up the cliff to Fira, the main town and the location of our hotel. (Those who arrive at the old ...
... it was called the red beach but then I saw the red sand. After that we went to the regular beach and the sand was grey. We had lunch there but most of mine ended up down the front of my shirt because I'm a messy eater. After that we thought that it was time to give the car back. All I need to say is that we got lost for at least half an hour. We eventually got it back and just managed to get on the last tender back to the ship. ...
... We looked in a few souvenir shops and had a good old chat with most of the owners. We went back to the same place as last night for lunch because it was so good and we were greeted with "maaate, same as last night?". We went for one last walk up to the top of the cable cart lookout over Santorini and the surrounding islands just to see it in the afternoon rather than sunset, just as beautiful. We treated ourselves to a cafe stop where the lovely owner gave us a vanilla ...
... some tips for the tour. But let's be honest here...this is advertised as a strenuous hike UP A VOLCANO. This is not advertised as a Sunday stroll in the park. Well, I'm here to tell you, common................................. ....................................... ...............................sense these things just don't always go together! There were all kinds on this tour: young girls wearing flip flops; elderly people ...
... continued on. The walk to the top was horrendous! Up a cliff, of just hundreds of stairs in some serious heat. J rod a donkey to the top, I of course refused and suffered the heat instead! Santorini itself was very small compared to Naxos. We didn't do a lot of exploring of all the towns as we did other things, we did a lot of relaxing here. The tiredness really caught up with us the last few days, of being on the go all the time, we were ...