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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... probably were not more than 6 feet wide. I guess it’s an everyday occurrence in Oia, but it was a first for me, seeing a donkey still being used as a proper working animal. But with street so steep, narrow and twisty - it makes perfect sense, and a donkey is still the best tool for the job. Alas it all happened too quick for me to get a picture, so you’ll have to take my word for it.
On the way back from Oia, Panos explained a little about the ...
... one. This way, we get a glimpse of the famous islands without having to work really hard!
We returned to the ship, enjoyed a swim, and rested on the deck. Tomorrow, we are in Athens, so we will spend another day on board since we have already been to Athens. The tension there is growing according to BBC World and CNN. There will be some challenging times ahead.
We hope that you are all ...
I set my alarm for 8.30am to catch my flight at 11.25 for Athens, Monique was working from home today so she gave me a ride to the airport. It was a shame we didn't have more time together, it was only really one day, but nice to see her briefly. My flight to Athens was just over 3 hours. Yet I had a 4 hour layover in Athens to get to Thira ( Santorini). Not long enough ...
... the island is famous for. Next stop, the town of Fira. Again, more superb views, but where on this island wouldn't have them? Checked out the little shops and wandered up and down the stepped laneways. Most of the buildings are painted white and accessorised with blue - shutters, doors, window frames, gates etc.. Sometimes a pale sand or terracotta is used, but mostly white. Found a terraced taverna in the square with blue and white check table cloths and ...
We arrived Santorini at 9am this morning. All our luggages were intact.We got a hotel transfer from the airport for 15 euros. Our hotel is called Arc Houses. It's a hotel overlooking the caldera. It's the cheapest hotel that I can find with a view, but at 147 euro per night, it's not cheap. It won the best ratings for satisfaction for the price paid in 2012 on Trip Advisor. The room has a small 2m x 2m terrace with 2 reclining chairs. The room itself is built into ...