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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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September everything is on sale so bring an empty suitcase.
Fruit is fresh and everywhere.
SIRI really does know where she is going!
For the beach, reef shoes are a must. €6.50 in Nafplion
When the map shows squiggles in the road they mean squigglier roads.
NOBODY EVER BELIEVES ME. And I am always right! ( Well 80% of the time)
September is a great time to hire a car and meander through the back roads. With plenty of places to stay.
... perfection and hit the spot. In the afternoon I went for a stroll around the surrounding streets near the hotel and sat down at a local café and had a coffee. Just sitting there you really do start to take in the atmosphere of this unique city.
I wanted to be well-rested and not jet lagged for my first full day in Athens, so I had an early dinner then arranged myself a snack to go with one of the in house movies. ...
We spent the day relaxing, then went to lunch in Fira. We ate at Mcdaniels, had a couple burgers, fries and cokes. It appears that it is normal to put BBQ sauce on burgers and a hefty helping of oregano on french fries. Jessica was smart in getting her's plain. We walked around the shops then headed back to the hotel. I chalk Santorini up to a great cruise destination for a day or two, no more than that ...
... the beverages went along great with the delicious finger food they gave everyone. Salad, chicken breast, and bread balls, yum! After we all ate people started mingling around getting to know everyone, even played a few ice breakers. Then about half the group decided they wanted gelato before we went back to the hotel so I went off with them. The plan was to meet up with Luke in the square and have him lead us home since we had only rode the metro there and still ...
... and sing one last time. It was right around sunset and it still felt wonderful outside. It was pretty rocky and uneven so we had to just gather together as best we could. We sang the Randolph-Macon Alma Mater while Dr. Ryder tried not to fall over taking a video of us. As we walked down the hill, I was already feeling a little bittersweet. This trip has brought me so many wonderful memories, and I can't help but wish for more time ...