Onar Rooms & Studios
Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for Onar Rooms & Studios from our 3 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Perissa
... loyal readers
who saw the pictures from Toronto at the beginning of the trip, this is the
same thing we got in Greek Town there) And message to Auntie Helen: they DO put
French fries in them in Greece too!! It was so so so so so delicious,
definitely the best we’ve had. Or maybe it was all in our heads because we were
in Greece. Who knows? For dessert I tried baklava gelato, which was awesome,
though I have to say the Italians make a meaner gelato.
... led indirectly to the collapse of the Minoan civilization on the island of Crete, 110 km (68 mi) to the south, through a gigantic tsunami. Another popular theory holds that the Thera eruption is the source of the legend of Atlantis.
Santorini is essentially what remains after an enormous volcanic explosion that destroyed the earliest settlements on a ...
... made our way over to the excursion office, boarded the bus to the port and set sail on King Thiras. Santorini is a moon shaped island. At one point in it's history it was a completely round island with a mountain in the middle. In one of the largest recorded volcanic eruptions in history parts of the mountain were blown as far away as Iceland and other parts fell into the sea. Since that time (700 years ago) two new islands have formed in the middle ...
... people pressed the grapes to get the juice out, remember the I Love Lucy episode, and they would work all night because it was cooler. All of the pressers wore a scarf around their head so no sweat would drop on the grapes and an apron to help keep them cool. The nightly grape pressing was also the only time girls could be out at night without their fathers and many marriages had their start when a young couple pressed grapes together. During ...
... s self!
Not sure we ever wanted to leave the spa, we mustered the strength to get ourselves ready for our afternoon adventure. While eating lunch, we pulled into the bay, actually caldera of Santorini…it was magnificent! Steep, layered volcanic cliffs exposing deep black and red earth jutted up all around us, while the tops of the cliffs were covered in white-washed towns looking as if a fresh layer of snow had fallen on the edges of the volcano’s ...