Kallisti Thera Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... have no idea what was happening and hadn't bothered to look up a synopsis at all. Regardless of our limited understanding and guesses as to what was happening it was marvellously enjoyable and a great way to finish up our time. We dashed back to the train station to get the last train out to our area and then I packed and went to bed. Emily and Pete continued to resolve the little hiccough that had been discovered earlier that afternoon - that the flight they believed ...
Greetings, from beautiful Santorini !
Yesterday was my first full day on the island and I was feeling ambitious. I woke up early despite not having a great sleep (because of coughing and hacking all over the place), and decided I was going to make the trek into Oia. Now, in my lonely planet book they talk about how you can walk from Fira (where I'm staying) into Oia with no problems, takes about 3-4 hours. I figured it wasn't going to be an issue, ...
... fall off. Finger tight did the trick and we were back on the road. I guess Fira is the biggest town on Santorini and probably the most touristy (especially with the donkeys/cable cars for cruise ships). We went through a little traffic jam there but found a place to park and found a little taverna that was a little out of the way. Moussaka [moo-sa-KA] was the general consensus along with a Greek salad of course. And this one was made with a hint ...
... shuttle transfer to the town. Our tour director Lisa gave us a brief overview of the island - the jewel of the caldera. Mykonos also has the iconic white buildings, with many of the houses built into the side of the mountains providing insulation from the heat. Once in the nearby town, Lisa took us on a short walking tour through this popular holiday spot, evidenced by the well known brands in and around the alleyways. Lisa had promised to show ...
... it thru the 45 minute delay. Eaten! The ferry itself is a floating fortress with 5 levels so cafes, shops, lounges, gambling etc, nearly like a proper cruise liner! Below the decks trucks and locals cars are all packed in to be brought to Santorini. The cruise is only 2hrs long which passes quickly with a couple beers and a game of monopoly on the Ipad. The girls don't seem to be ...