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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... the weight of the volcanic rim and collapsed to below sea level. If you look at an aerial view of Santorini and look at the island of Thirissia nearby, you can join the dots, so to speak and you can see the original size of Santorini and how big a hole this volcano made. This lagoon is about 12km by 7km and deep enough at 400m to let cruise ships in, though fortunately there were none there when we were there. In fact we pretty much ...
... but there are still many open so finding a place to eat and spend money is not a problem. The only thing that might be different is the churches. None were open except one. I would think that maybe during high season, more of the churches have unlocked doors so you can see the icons and frescoes and murals inside them. AND the grocery stores are winding down. Some of them are barely stocked at all but there is always plenty of water, wine, and ...
... on stage to join in and all Pete did was laugh and record my terrible moves L We then went for a couple of drinks before anchoring in Santorini. We jumped from the ship onto another boat to take us to the island taking 10mintues. Pete and I had pre chosen an activity to do. Started by jumping on a sailing boat taking us to an active Volcano, we climbed to the top only taking 45min each way, the views were amazing overlooking all ...
... village "square" ( ie only almost flat area in this village) where a bellboy from our hotel met us and dragged our bags along rough cobble stone lane way (good test of wheels) towards a narrow gap between two buildings. Along this'narrow'path and then down (what I later counted) 40 unevenly spaced steps to Reception. Thankfully the bellboy was carrying both our 20+ kg bags down another 60 steps to our unit. These steps were to provide good exercise these few days but the ...
... worse than my low expectations. It really is tourist-trashed out, with car rentals, scooter rentals and every imaginable shop and walk-in restaurant that caters to tourists lining the streets. The narrow streets are jammed with people off several large cruise ships anchored in the old port inside the caldera (6 ships when I flew in). When I was here 35 years ago (in the off season) the place was almost quaint with no cruise ship stopping. Arriving ...