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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and figs, sundried tomatoes drenched in olive oil and garlic, three tiny spoons of preserves, fig, orange and blackberry, little toasts with tomato paste and one with hummus. Our taste buds were being delighted with taste after taste. What brilliant marketing from a little roadside shop! We eagerly approached the owner of the shop, Ana and thanked her for the treats. She wiped her hands on her apron and grinned. "You like?" She then showed us the jars ...
... after your meal.
We chose the absolute best time to visit Greece and Turkey as the weather was perfect and not overrun by tourists. Most Greeks and Turks in the tourist areas speak fluent english, thank God, as everything written in their language is undecipherable. While they are very direct, I found everyone friendly and helpful and would visit again in a heart beat.
... up a nice amount of sulfur-smelling laden steam. So some photos and back we go to the boat. The boat was only 5 minutes late in leaving the island and happy to say that I wasn't the last up or the last down. Good for me.
Around to the next island and she's announcing that to swim, you must jump in and swim towards the brown colored water to get the warm hot springs water. She said that the water in the blue/green sea was around 16C ...
... keeping cool in our great little apartment (€55 for 2 nights!) and then walked into Thira around 6ish. First stop was a restaurant with a caldera view and then another really awesome bar with an equally great view where we watched the sunset. Stunning! Afterwards we wandered home via the supermarket and cooked up a yummy veggie pasta with a couple of Mythos of ...
... getting one.
We returned to our hotel for a quick shower before we set sail. We were suppose to be at the harbor at 2:45 ... We didn't leave our hotel room until 2:35..oops. There are 3 options to get down to the port a- take the cable car ( which is the same thing as a gondola) . B Walk down the 588 steps yourself or C- ride a donkey :) with the cable car being the fastest We decided to run to the cable car ,when we got ...