Perissa Bay Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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We toured the museum with many antiquities and frescoes. Then we walked along the caldera where we viewed the 580 steps from the port to the town. It is now connected by a cable car, built in 1883, but people used to walk or ride a mule.
We met several Chinese people along the way and they wanted their picture taken with Steve. Apparently, they are enamored with tall white men with beards.
... s history, or so I'm told. The ferry lands on the north side of the island which is dominated by huge cliffs which form the interior edges of the volcanic crater or calderon as they say in Greek. The # of cites/towns sit atop these cliffs including the capital Fira and generally can only be accessed from the sea by long, long stairways unless yu opt for the service of a donkey which is far ...
... pebbles underfoot combined with the waves made it very difficult and painful for her to keep her balance. But she grinned and bore it, and the refreshing water was a very pleasant reward for her efforts. We swam for a while then returned to our towels to make the most of the sunshine, Matt also taking a walk along the beach to explore.
After about an hour on the beach we made the hike back up to Oia, and caught a bus to Imerovigli from which we walked back along the cliff-tops ...