Liostasi Ios Hotel
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... then I went for a quick swim.Our hotel, “The Andromeda” is set into the cliff face, quite a distance from the main town of Fira. There are many stairs between the various levels——all marble.
It takes us 10 minutes to get to the breakfast room or the main swimming pool. Mainly because my knees are not happy with all the stairs & I am now starting to limp. Feeling too old too soon!
... to watch the pink light play against the white walls of the city as they sat casually and comfortably on the mountainside.
We checked out the next day and took a bus to the port where we hopped on the ferry over to Mykanos. Another beautiful island with beautiful sunsets and a gorgeous stay. Heavenly Father has created the most beautiful things.
I'm so grateful for my eyesight so that I can enjoy the beauty all around me. So that I can see the ...
... Selfie stick Views Good bus drivers Lemon drink that is my crack this trip Jess and her coffee Good vibes from Oia people Hot weather Air conditioning Gelato Sweating out the bad, breathing in the good Cons - Losing phone, had to be #1 Metro being closed Pharmacist in Oia, yes I know I have a sunburn and heat rash ms. Ozone not being what we were told, "you'll never burn in Greece, the ozone is too strong" it's more like the no zone, lol, that was **** Poor dogs left out in ...
... I only have a small hand bag to carry around in transit and it's a much better way than dragging a backpack or carry on bag as well. So it's goodbye ruins, souvlaki, gyros, beer, sun, beach and all things Greek and Turkish until another day. Plane 45 mins. late taking off, so hopefully we'll make up the time so we won't arrive late in Melbourne. Just ate ... Airline food is better than it was but still it is so tasteless ... Oh well. Better than ...
... view was magnificent. No free wifi - just the view. We found a terraced cafe on a side street, still with views to the ocean with free wifi and began our frantic conversations with whoever is at home and awake.
We walked around the town on the marble pathways, only enough room for two donkeys to pass, or slow moving poms and americans.
Our bus dropped us off at ...