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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a major trade centre as goods from many parts of the world have been found there, so it must have been difficult to leave. I’ll know that feeling only too well in a few short days when it’s our time to leave, too.
The last stop on our tour was The Dolphins - the restaurant recommended to us by George at the hotel. Perry and I had a platter of Santorinian food - tomato balls, olives, feta, Santorini’s famouse incredibly sweet cherry ...
... the 83 stairs to get a bite to eat. We had a great lunch at Skiza- a superb spot with a beautiful view and good food-chocolate banana crepes and a coffee frap for Jenny, a savory crepe of tomato and Mozzarella for Billy, a baguette with Greek Salami and Cretan cheese for me plus a couple of beers to wash it all down-fantastic! The drive to the port, just like all the other drives, was a bit hair raising. I had heard that the Greek drivers were aggressive and that ...
... buy some wine and then went back to the house to relax the day away (The wine run was actually the true reason for the walk. haha) The weather was beautiful with a bright blue cloudless sky and hot sunshine. The temperature in the sun is a bit too much at the peak of the afternoon but sitting under the umbrella on the patio is perfect. The cave houses are built right deep into the cliffs and they stay very cool during ...
... stocked up on nibbles at the local supermarket and a nice deli we found to enjoy later on our balcony. The days that there were cruise ships in town, the place was packed and you could barely move along the narrow streets, which mostly sold ****** tourist junk or incredibly overpriced drinks (you pay for the caldera view). The most cruise ships on any one day we were there was 4, but in the height of summer apparently there can be more than 15. Can you imagine?! The place ...
... which would have been awesome! Can't win 'em all.
Yesterday we also went down the road from our village, Finika, and walked down to the beach on that side of the island, the Aegean side. The beach was pebbly and the sea had a stony base, so it was hard to stand up in, but we both had swims, even Rob, who doesn't like salt water, lol. There were beach umbrellas and loungers for hire, and a few topless sunbathers. Another good workout up ...