Levante Beach Hotel
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... get a 'taxi' in other parts of the world, the driver doesn't stop for a **** mid way home, while you are still on board (well hold that thought some of the Sydney taxis I have jumped into - this could have occurred). These things need to be considered in Santorini! Anyway Santorini, absolutely beautiful spot, the geology itself is extremely impressive. People also think that the fact that the houses are all uniform is also amazing. What is amazing is that at the start of ...
... amazing facilities which you can find on the website linked.
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Time to go grab a bite and explore Santorini at night time!
... of a tap at the bar. That didn't deter the beer lovers, they drank it and had a second one!
From there it was over to Nick's Gyros stand to introduce our friends to the best ever fast food in Greece, Gyros a pita bread wrap with meat of your choice, salad, tzatziki and chips, after that we just found a little Jazz bar to wait for the storm to subside. Music, wine and music all good.
Today we will make our way up to visit the O'Brien's ...
Today our plans were to do nothing and sit at the pool, however the weather didn't cooperate so we ended up walking through Oia again. The road to Oia ( about 1/4 mile) is very narrow in spots and we thought our toes would be run over whenever a bus passed. We just held our breath and pulled in our toes as we pressed against the wall. We could not understand why we saw so many brides having their pictures taken here in Oia yet never saw a wedding. It turns out that the couples ...
... they are at the top of the 356m Mesa Vouno Mountain give great views of this part of the island. You can walk up the ruins from Kamari along the 'paved' road that zigzags up the mountain side. We decided to get the bus, costs a few euro’s but avoids a steep climb under the hot Mediterranean sun.
There is still a climb up from the end of the road to the actual ruins so it was good to get back to the hotel and go ...