Rose Bay Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... whose sand came from the iron-rich rocks.
Moving right along, to make sure we saw as much as possible in the hours we had, we headed to the archaeological dig at Akrotiri. Akrotiri was a Minoan settlement, destroying in about 1600 BC by one of the huge volcanic eruptions. The settlement was destroyed, but much like Pompeii, was also well preserved. At present only about 3 percent of it has been excavated. But already the archaeologists have found that it ...
... were out in force but I didn't see the one I called "soccer." Last night as we were walking home he was hanging out on the walkway staring down at his two small rocks. As I approached him he took a few steps and I kicked the rock to him, soccer style. He grabbed it, dropped and then backed up some more. At his went on for about five minutes or so until he had backed himself into a corner. Quite some fun as well as Billy and Jenny had a couple of good laughs ...
... if you wanted 75 euro lobster spaghetti you could have had that!!! Haha Well we are all packed up and ready to head to Mykonos tomorrow. Our ferry leaves at 11:50 and it takes about 3 hours to get to Mykonos after stops at Ios and Naxos. We are taking one of the high speed ferris which will be nice. They big ferries are neat to sit outside with the view but they go very very slow. We are excited to visit Mykonos and enjoy our last Grecian isle! Good night! ...
... our days relaxing, eating, drinking, playing cards, sleeping, blogging, drinking too much ouzo over games of scrabble, researching and reading, watching people take their wedding photos (they were everywhere – mostly Asian), enjoying our balcony, taking walks to Fira, watching downloaded episodes of Walking Dead, and eating a bit more! On one morning we slept in and missed the hotel brekkie, I literally had baklava for breakfast on our balcony! In our 10 days we perfected ...
... a large crater with small islands which I guess were remnants of the mainland sticking up out of the sea. Many hotels overlook the Caldera but we weren't worried that ours didn't as the view across the Aegean is just as nice and much quieter than the hustle and bustle of Oia.
Yesterday morning we met a couple of kiwis and, guess what, they were from Nelson. We had breakfast with them and spent two hours chatting. We exchanged emails, ...