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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and saw two men riding donkeys, their five dogs running calmly around them. The men were having a big conversation to each other, one hand on the rein and the other hand free for gestures. The lighthouse, when we got to it, was cute and laid right on the edge of the cliff. Santorini was spread out behind us and we climbed a hill to get a better looking, feeling the nip of the cool breeze. The land looks so grey and brown and barren, the houses offer such a contrast. ...
... rule out that he was saying we're "here." And I must say most people are very pleasant and we find they respond well to our use of Greek. Anyway, what a delightful place Oia is, but like all of Santorini designed for the tourist - lots of tourist shops and eateries and lots of tourists. Ang wanted to walk from the top of the town to the seaside. It's a long long way down the cliff and pretty steep. Donkeys ply the path as well and Ang wasn't overly trusting having to walk past them ...
... with some car rental company we would do back to the room for some R&R, but to our shock it was already 6pm! Time flies by on this island like no other. So we forgot about the R&R and started getting ready for dinner right away.
Once we were all dolled up we went back to Oia for dinner and had a great view from this restaurant, Petros. We walked around a little bit then headed back home. Tomorrow we have a sunset cruise planned. ...
... doors and blue trim. The streets are all stone. It is very easy to walk around and find things to do. I'm going to cover our entire stay on the island with this post, as it is a rather small island.
The first day we were very tired, so all we did was eat and pretty much go to sleep.
Day two we took a taxi down to the black sand beach. It was mostly sunny so we sat on the beach and ate and drank beer. There were quite a few people out ...
... world. He graduated the same year I got my degree
from Hillsdale, so we never overlapped, though we talked about Dr. Pete, Dr.
Sanders, and Tony Linn. Unfortunately,
they were staying in Perissa, so we had to cut the conversation short when they
had to change buses.
Since the first two activities only consumed about half my
day, I went back to Fira for some lunch.
Later in the afternoon, I took ...