Philippion Boutique Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of the red house wine to share and were pleasantly surprised. It was quite good and the cost was 7euros. Now that is enough wine for Jeff and I to have two glasses each – for 7 euros (about $7).
Alex ordered Spaghetti with prawns – Santorini is known for its seafood. Jeff and I shared Greek Salad number three and I had chicken Souvlaki and he ordered a traditional Santorini appetizer called , or tomato balls. We had plenty to share ...
Today we are at anchor in the caldera of a volcano! The flooded caldera sits just under the town of Fira and we are tendered ashore by local boats and choose to pay 10€ for 2 to go up in the cable car to the town rather than walk up 600 or 700 steps or even go up by donkey! Once atop we look in the Santozeum a museum with some lovely replica frescoes from the prehistoric Bronze Age site at Akrotiri. Then we amble up and down ...
... old ruins of the first civilization on Santorini. What really set this site apart was that they basically built a Target size building around the entire site to protect the ruins. It's unlike anything we've seen before. After getting our daily dose of history, we decided to become Ken and Barbie and head to famous Red Beach. The walk from the parking lot to the beach was, like most things on the island, a treacherous, unmarked ...
... they are not going to take the steps or the four legged option. We check out a bar where the Dons brother worked for five years in the main centre of Fira, it sits right on the caldera, also make our acquaintances to his ex leading lady who still has a frock and do dads shop right opposite. No need to venture far in these parts for mans needs! Back to swim in the relative warm pool water, greek platter of snacks and sunset doing its thing in the background. Reasonable day all round I ...
... mountain to Ancient Thira (ruins date back to 17 BC)
Fira with the volcano views and markets (had to buy a shot glass for the collection of course)
Nicole's comments (all recorded for the journey)
Omnipresent Stavros (hotel owner, seen him everywhere on the island)
Mythos, Ouzo and cocktails
Crazy ass drivers
Santos wine tasting with ...