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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... steps. Ignored them and headed up the cable car which was steep and swingy. Walked through the town to locate a bus that eventually took us to Oia which is the pretty whitewashed town. The bus ride was an experience in itself. Wandering through the narrow cobbled streets was bliss. The bougainvillea was amazing. We took the "amazing family" photo. Had lunch at a rooftop restaurant called Pellicanos. Delicious ...
... start with grilled calamari (squid) , fried cheese, and a greek salad. Again for free, the waiter brings the local fish roe dip and at the end baklava and real vanilla ice cream. Much better than in Nafplion. While waiting for our fish, we spot a local on the dock banging the squid he'd caught. They hit it on the cement to either clean out the ink or to tenderize. We not sure. Put 3 in blue plastic "wegmans" bags and off he drove with his dinner. Sarah and I ...
... ferry swooping in to the port and then rushing back out. When we eventually got in to Oia the sun was hot and we were thirsty. We walked in to a restaurant and found the corner seat, with the view over the town, was free. Taking it we ordered donkey branded beer, another delicious Greek salad and some cheese parcels. Nic had octopus, a traditional Greek dish, while I tried a clay pot of vegetables. We left and wandered the gorgeous town, easily rivalling Fira ...
... It was crawling with people. Tour buses galore. There wasn't even a cruise ship docked that day and it was still insane. It was mid October and it was still insane. I would absolutely HATE know know what it would have been like in high season. RAGE inducing pushy annoying people everywhere now times that by 300. Madness. Anyway we walked (or were pushed) down to the point to find a spot for the infamous Santorini event and it slowly packed out with every other tourist ...
... both sides of the island. The peak of the mountain is called Momeratho or mountain of the prophet Elijah, because he talked to God as he wrote down his prophecies. Also there, is a monestary that is now closed to the public, though there are three monks who live there. the Greek military has a post at the top f the mountain also with a sign prohibiting picture taking. Our your guide told us not to worry and take lots of photos!Once again, we snaked down the mountain to ...