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... With lunch finished, and not certain as to how long it would take to get back to the port below and the waiting tenders, we decided we best begin making our way back. Linda recounted the story of the couple who had missed the ship's departure in Nice and had to book a flight to catch up in Rome…..not a great thing to aspire to! Linda had decided that the donkey ride up was so much fun, she would return to port the same way. I was going to walk down and try to get a few ...
we are at Santorini Island (Greece) and it is always a picture from
the ship with a mass of white houses covering the top of the mountain
island (looks like snow from a distance). Cruise ships cannot anchor
because the water is too deep in the caldera so have to use their
engines to maintain their position. The original volcanic island
exploded about 3000 years ago and is still ...
... I can still remember my mother screaming at the donkey driver to stop hitting her donkey. We laughed a lot about that trip. the cable car cost 5 euros/person each way.
The streets of Fira were very much like we remembered. Thousands of jewelry stores with souvenir shops tucked in between. But the weather and atmosphere are so pleasant, it is really lovely to walk the streets and window shop. We considered having ...
... of them honking their horns as they go! Have heard the saying,"don't like by driving, stay off the sidewalk!" Somewhat true of this place because people do park on the sidewalk because the streets are so narrow.
There is a nice grocery store up the hill from our room and we can get what we need for any meals we cook. Walked down the hill from our place and found a place that sells wine that is ...
... up into the town, looked around, saw some of the great views, then came back down, then continued onto a look out. The look out was near the airport as well as providing great views of the island. We then got back on the coach and continued on. The next stop was some ruins. These were Pompeii like ruins – they had been buried in a volcanic eruption. They were then excavated and a roof put over the top to protect them. We had time to follow the ...