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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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We arrived in Santorini in the dark, so we couldn't really see the unbelievable beauty. When the taxi driver dropped us off at the he said to go down the stairs to the reception and send a bellboy up for the bags.....good plan....the steps are very steep and there are many of them. You really earn your wage being a bellboy in Santorini! The hotel …
... centuries B.C., the Acropolis was the main religious site for the ancient city of Athens. The temple of Athena Nike (the patron Goddess of the city) as well as the Parthenon served as pilgrimage sites for hundreds of years. The numerous buildings were part of a walled city that was used as the main garrison for the city during any attacks as well.
We were so fortunate to have visited the Acropolis when we did because it was virtually empty while we took our ...
... the sunset. It was the perfect last sunset in the most beautiful place we've visited yet! For dinner, we ate at our final rooftop restaurant. At long last, we found Lolita's Gelateria, rated the best on the island. It did not disappoint - the zabione was to die for! Tomorrow we head to Rome! We are sad to be leaving, but know much excitement and adventure is yet to ...
We busiest ourselves with Sudoku (Mel) and writing the blog (me) and watching Six Feet Under.
After stops in Naxos and Ios, we arrived in Santorini at 3:30pm. I was absolutely stunned by the size of the island and how starkly high it protrudes from the water. Not a gradual incline like the other islands. You see pictures but you just can’t imagine it totally until you are there.
Amidst the many busses, we ...
... The stones at this beach were red and black and it was surrounded by red cliffs. The water here also was greener than we had come across before and it was amazing. We finished our great Santorini adventure by watching the beautiful sunset over the water.
The crew on our boat are also very cute. There are about 7 Turkish fellas who speak little English and look a bit dodgy but look after us so very well. They are forever cleaning the ship or our cabins and are running ...