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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we had found last night in the dark. We taxied to the meeting point for the tour to a tavern in the other side of the island. Meet our group - 5 Australians, 2 from Switzerland, us and our skipper Kosta. So 10 on board. A beautiful 56' yacht that is basically brand new only done 100 hours. Got all our gear on board and issued cabins and then Kosta went through everything in the boat showing a where everything is and how to use things. Had the safety briefing ...
... Santorini felt quiet and warm and just right. Which was great, since it was our last night there and it's the lasting memory we will keep. Such a beautiful place, and like so many others like it in danger of being loved to death.
The only time during the trip where our language differences, more specifically our inability to not read the language, gave us a good laugh was when I purchased what I thought was lotion but was actually soap. We realized ...
... I wouldn't say the palace was great, it was a bit disappointing, there had been too much 'restoration', one was never sure what was original and what wasn't. It wasn't as well done as the Roman stuff. On the whole, I would still suggest going there, but probably after going to the archeology museum.
We took the bus back into town and had some tasty grilled meat for lunch. The table next to us had three boys, the youngest of which was just a cute bundle ...
Today we woke up to a dream land....
Our breakfast was being served on our private balcony and when we opened the doors there was fog everywhere, you couldn't see further than our balcony, it felt as though we were in the mountains - very pretty.
After we rearranged our suitcases we made our way down to Fira to go to the gym, we took our time really enjoying the view along the way as we knew this was the last time ...
... I got ready for the day and caught a public bus down into Fira/Thira to send some postcards. After a walk around town and over to the other side of the island I hadn't yet seen I found a little supermarket and got some picnic supplies to take down to the black beach at Perissa. I bought some mini crunchy toasts, spreadable cheese, salami, olives and cherry tomatoes and jumped on the next available bus. It took about 20 minutes to get to Perissa which was ...