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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... coast and up to the city square, where a few more things had opened.
Lunch was pig on a stick for N, a bit like a kebab. I had a Greek version of poutine. Stinky cheese on fried potato slices. We chatted to a German couple next to us who had been visiting Crete for many years. The fella's mum was born and brought up in Crete, she moved to Paris, then to England where he was born, and they moved to Germany where he had been ever since. They were a very ...
Our morning started with a quick Skype to the olds in NZ to wish mum a happy birthday. We didn't have too much goss to tell them as we had really just had a couple of quiet and relaxing days in Greece. Mum was asking 'so no more news then?'. 'No, no more news were just going to sit in the hot tub and go for a walk soon'. One look out the window and we thought we hadn't opened the curtains....it was grey and we couldn't see past ...
... harbor, I am confronted with three ways to negotiate the heights leading to the town. One can take the cable car or donkeys or walk. I walked up the 580 wide steps traversed mostly by donkeys taking tourists who declined the cable car ride. Stopping only twice to take photographs, I negotiated the radical rise in elevation without being very winded. The air is good as sea level. I saw nobody else ...
... mince layered. Its a cheap traditional eat which is what I've been aiming to eat in most places. The night was dragging on and we were still at the restaurant so to get everyone going we Jose and I just stood up and did the slow walk out to prompt everyone to hurry the F%@* up. The girls went scouting down the one alleyway with bars, everyone was offering free shots and drinks if the group of us came in. We started in a Scottish bar which was ok. Note the ...
... 38 degree weather was hard but we did it. From the top you could see santorini, quite a nice view! Before hopping back on the boat everyone went for a swim to wash off the sweat and cool down. Next stop was a natural warm spring that was in a little cove joining the sea! The water was red so we were told to wear dark bathers. After swimming from the hot spring back into the sea again was a major difference and was very chilly. ...