Philippion Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... walk up with good views and some interesting stuff going on and we easily spent a few hours wandering about until we were kicked out so they could have their strike. We then headed over to the colosseum (they are literally right across from each other) and felt very chuffed with ourselves as we walked past the queue which is turns out even if you can't see any line on the outside of the building the line extends a couple hundred metres inside the building too. Gleefully ...
... we were to depart the Greek Islands. It is easy to see why so many people have fallen in love with this part of the world and continue to come back year after year. I can feel it and I only saw two of the two thousand plus islands that Greece has to offer. It is such an amazingly beautiful place that has crystal clear waters second to none and I hope that I'm one day lucky enough to return to see more.
Santorini, you sexy thing, till next time!
... and the only way to get there is by boat. After visiting Red Beach and White Beach we decided to hop back into the car and find some delicious Greek food for lunch. We found a restaurant with an amazing view at the top of a cliff, I decided to have a traditional Greek dish - stuffed tomatoes! When we had all finished our meals we decided to go visit another beach called Black Beach. I know what ...
... the month so he needed to show he was doing something for the community (for the first time in his term). When we turned to return to our starting point, we came head to head with a convoy of donkeys! The narrow walkways made us immediately jump up on to a set of steps, but the donkeys were lead into a gate for the property below. It seemed strange at the time that one after the other the donkeys walked in, and then after a moment they walked out ...
... to dig out the site more slowly.
We were fortunate enough to catch the bus almost immediately and made a pit stop in Megalochori to visit Gavalas Family winery for a tour and tasting. Our host was happy to share a lot of information with us regarding all the different varieties of Santorini grapes. As all the grape varieties were unpronounceable I can’t tell you much more than all the wines in Santorini ...