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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... views and a lovely cooling breeze. After a bit more browsing round the quaint little streets, we took the donkey path down the hill to the little wharf on that side of the town. So glad we didn't walk up that path as it was difficult enough walking down it in the heat. I would have died! The purpose for this was to catch James and Mel's chartered boat back to the Thira wharf and then onto the Emerald ...
... to side of restaurant were the grill is cooking our fish. I have got to try this at home! So delicious again! I can't believe how wonderful this fish taste! The Mackeral is a darker fleshed fish. The fish is not as well deboned this time, but we are pros. The sun has reappeared and the bay is sparkling pretty as we leave, not by steps, but a taxi. We find two lounge beds by one of the pools and rest, nap, Marty swims ( that Yankee) in the infinity pool, read, ...
... Eventually we saw the sunset, alongside other tourists, five bridal parties, and several moochy dogs. One took a liking to me and followed us all over town, waiting outside shops for us to return. The sunset itself was indeed beautiful, all orange and pink and lighting up the ocean as it sunk lower. We talked for a while to a lady in one store from Athens who had moved to Santorini for the beauty of the place. Her description of the busy season made us glad ...
... island. While we were still looking around and taken in some of the more famous areas, people had already staked their claim for the sunset. there was no doubt that some people would sit in these places for hours on end waiting for that sunset. There was still over an our to go and there was some intense jostling in the key parts so we went and found a little out-of-the-way stairway we could sit on and wait. Even that proved a hotspot with me making the very ...
... of Megalachori (pronounced- meg- uh-la-hor-ee.) this is a real, non tourist village that we walked through. Narrow cobblestones streets winding through white washed houses with brightly painted doors and gates led to a charming town square consisting of two small tavernas and a public church. We entered the public church, amazed to see the brightly painted scenes of saints and holy figures. This church also had a dome painted with Christ looking down. The church ...