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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Santorini is the island most of us think about when we hear 'Greek Islands'. The white houses with the blue roofs overlooking the bluest waters of the Mediterranean. It was as pretty as we had imagined and indeed all of he houses were white and many had blue roofs. But first we had to get to the top of the island. We had three choices: chairlift, do key ride or walk the 558 steps. Steve, Monti and I chose the steps and Maddi took the chairlift. Only problem was the 558 ...
... definitely ate our fare share!
We only had one full day to explore the beautiful island of Santorini so we decided to hire a scooter to fit it all in. We went to see the red beach, the white beach and the black beach, we had small whole fried fish for lunch up on a hill with a great view out over the ocean and we enjoyed a mojito at one of the many bars running along the sand where hundreds of beach umbrellas and sun beds are set up for tourists. We ...
... old port, Had a yummy breakfast overlooking the Caldera this morning, then caught the local bus to Oia, this is the expensive/upmarket end of Santorini and I can understand why, it's what we all picture the island to be and it certainly lives up to its reputation, absolutely stunning. Everyone flocks here at sunset to watch the much loved Santorini Sunset. Jumped on a Schooner for our cruise around ...
... the world. They sit perched on a cliffs edge - all painted white with a smattering of famous blue domes. Every picture is a postcard! First it's off on a drive to Oia (pronounced 'ee-ya') - to see amazing views and rolling hills of Pumice - created by the volcanic eruption. It used to be the main export of the island but it is now prohibited. We also see fields of grapes, not up on trellises like ours, but rolled into a basket shape on the ground ...
... everyone willing to stay outside, and relocated others to more sheltered eating areas. At one point the parchment paper our lamb was cooked in went flying when the waitress collected our plates. She ended up passing along the leftover morsels to a local dog who patiently waited at the restaurant entrance.
We downed the rest of our wine to evade the cold winds and made for the shops in which Jen struck gold so far as Christmas gifts ...