San Antonio Suites
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... red sand beach (they have very multi coloured beaches here!), and the Minoan excavations at Akrotiri. These were a little disappointing. I’d read someone compare them as Greece’s equivalent to Pompeii, but they were nothing like Pompeii. To end the day we drove right to the southeast tip of the island to the lighthouse in Faros for a magnificent sunset.
We also did the trip out to the volcano. There are 3 options to get down to the port – cable ...
... Emma had packed there togs. From our research we had decided we would visit the village of Oia first and then Thira, which is the main village on Santorini. We booked a trip from the port that would take us by boat to Oia and then by bus back to Thira. Oia is the village that is the most photographed on Santorini and when people think of Santorini, it is Oia that they picture in their mind. There were only 2 cruise ships in port that morning ( there can be ...
... different shops until I got the best price so you guessed it lucky me :) a the beautiful necklace which represent eternal life and my keepsake souvenir from Greece.
Our tour included tickets for the cable car ride down to Athinios Port, we queued for 45 mins to get take the cable ride .... all the time different people were trying to jump the queue (very bold pushy people) or the other option was walking down 600 steps or having a donkey take us down...... ...
... is not to fall down the hundreds of stairs as you marvel at the views. It’s a pretty difficult task, and I only just managed to survive my 3 days there. I caught myself from at least a few major mishaps. I’m sure the balance practice I’ve had all summer climbing into wobbly rowing shells has paid off in spades.
My driver quickly transferred me into the care of Christos, the bellboy ...
... with breakfast delivered to our balconies, lowered from the shoulder of our amazing little Greek man who had so deftly lifted and ran with my suitcase upon our arrival. The tradition of fabulous Greek yoghurt and honey for breakfast continued, with it tasting even finer accompanied by the sound of the birds and the view over the edge of the caldera. This really was living, and I had never felt more alive. With the proximity of the Mediterranean Sea and surrounded by ...