Sideris Sunflower Villa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today started with a sumptuous breakfast at the hotel, with beautiful fresh fruit and veg, meats, pastries, fruit juice (Ok that was basically cordial, not fresh). One thing about food on this island - I’d say much of it is grown locally, since the cost of transport must be pretty high to gets things in ...
... Naxos was s sloping island but the Chora (old part) looked almost medieval with a castle and huge walls. There was also some sort of arched ruin sitting far off to the left. The town appeared to have been built around the half-moon shaped port. We grabbed a cab and we're off to the Hotel Kavos for the next four nights. This hotel is far different than our last one, no dramatic views, no ocean smack dab in front of us, no 1,000 neighbors surrounding us, instead ...
It's 3.30pm. We have returned from the island, dumped our bags in our cabin, and headed to the pool area for an ice cold beer. No better way to end a breathtaking day in what has to be one of Greece's jewels in her indigo Agean Crown. Santorini has a lot to live up to, after all when we picture the Greek Islands it is Santorini's blue domed churches and white washed villages that have been etched in our imaginations thanks to travel books and brochures. In ...
... We took a very relaxing walk along the boardwalk and chilled out at one of the beachside bars with a beer (it was almost midday!). We stopped in at Pyrgos and walked around the traditional little village with typical Santorini architecture, before heading to another black sand beach called Perissa and sat at a café on the beach next to the hill of Ancient Thira, and had our first try of tomato balls (a local speciality – delish!). We then headed southeast and checked ...
... of Santorini.
If your are not sure where to eat out, you can search restraunts in Santorini and the ratings or look at websites that find close diners to you such as Tripadvisor etc.
antío kai óneira glyká
good bye and sweet dreams
Ps. I'm slowly improving in the Greek language. ...