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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to forget the 11 kilometre walk to Oia and to hop the bus and save our steps for when we get to the end of the island. Good advice. So we catch the bus. Gerry gets in trouble with the ticket taker on the bus as he is eating a snack and is told in no uncertain terms that the bus is not a restaurant and there is no eating on board. At least there are no police involved in this incident. We arrive in Oia after a ...
... to do it twice a day. I spent the afternoon browsing the hundreds of little shops and had another gyros (my all time favourite Greek food) at a place recommended by a friend. To finish a massive day we had our farewell dinner for the final night of our tour. We went to a restaurant in Fira that looked over the caldera and had a great view of the sunset. We then headed to a few bars to celebrate our awesome time ...
We caught the bus for about 30 minutes down to a small village and then on to Akrotiri where there is a Minoan Bronze Age settlement. The settlement was destroyed in the Theran eruption about 167 BCE and buried in volcanic ash, which preserved the remains of frescoes and many objects and art works which are now in Greek museums. The site has been excavated since 1967.
There is a huge structure built over it, the roof of which is covered in ...
... pleasant reprieve from the hot sun. Lots of jewellery stores, shoe stores, souvenir stores to be found selling much of the same items. I've not seen yet any scarves or pairs of shoes that I simply must have but there's still time for that - we have 4 more days here and the town Oia to see as well. After wandering for a few hours, we came back to the hotel and intended on sitting out on the covered deck with a wine and beer in the breeze but decided to have a lay ...
Santorini Ok here goes- Santorini is a mountain.....a huge mountain. The cliffs are almost at a 90 degree angle in some places....to get anywhere you almost need to be a mountain climber, steep stairs to get anywhere in the main village of Santorini. Our hotel is right in the heart of the village with shops everywhere. It has the best sunset views on the island of Santorini. Most of the hotels have view over the Mediterranean Sea which has ...