Nautilus Dome Suites & Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... and offered a piece of the action to cruise lines, and "Voila" it became a tourist Mecca. Didn't do too much shopping in Santorini, lots of boutiques and everything is expensive but we did buy postcards for our family and mailed them...after finding the mail box in a restaurant's office??? Dinner tonight was in the main dinning room with our designated dinner companions and then we end our evening listening to the piano player in the Schooner Bar. Bed time - ...
... at shops and got the evil eyes from me as she wanted to buy these pink Adidas shoes and other expensive items....one day me lady, one day! Haha All the shops are beautiful, with tiny entrances and all very unique. Concreted walls, roofs, ceilings, floors and everything is concrete but so nice. We had a booking at V Lounge to watch the sunset but was still quite early and extremely hot in the sun. Everyone ...
... all jumped on the bus a big tourist bus and headed of to collect more people for the tour. 10 points for these bus drivers the streets are narrow and turn back on themselves all over the place. After collecting more people it was down to the old harbour another lot of hairpin bends cut into the side of a cliff an amazing view!! All on board and out to sea we went, we got a little table inside this time as our home ward journey was after sunset and may be a little chilly. First stop was ...
... down to port or taking one of the hundred or so donkeys on the path. Many of them had pooed on same said path! Negotiated footwork required. Later on our cruise, we met a lady about our age who had been squished between a donkey and a wall. She was having difficulty walking and it was very sore. No volcano walk for her. Our schooner, the Thalasa, was a little late in due to the number of tenders in and out. We had made some new friends by then a woman and ...
... three cruise ships also in port. Once they hit it became bedlam causing me to opt not to go into the museum, hoping I had already covered that off at Delos.
Although often knowing at least some of the history of these ancient sites, it is still amazing to be there, to walk where people walked 400+ years BC. To stand and watch a modern crane being used to replace a block of marble many metres up and to wonder how they did it the first time.