Thalassa Sea Side Resort & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... ish plant.
All this walking around is thirsty work, so it was time for a beverage (a healthy orange juice) at cafe/bar with (once again) amazing views. Maybe just take it for granted that everywhere we go in this place has amazing views, and I’ll leave it at that. It really is like nothing else I’ve ever seen.
Since today was basically a relax/do nothing day, we spent to afternoon by the pool at the hotel, I ...
... asleep. I had told Billy to meet us at the top of the stairs to Amoudi Bay so we could walk down all 297 or so stairs to enjoy a lunch right on the water. The walk down was beautiful, even with the dung left by the poor donkeys who are burdened by taking tourists to the top. We were the only people making the descent, so it was very peaceful getting out of the crowds of Oia. Amoudi Bay is about as picture postcard perfect as it gets. Six or so tavernas line ...
... perfect Oia sits perched atop a cliff on the northern most point of the island. This stunning example of a Cyclades village is popular amoungst tourists, and at 9 am the crowds were already steadily building. Cameras at the ready, throngs of people crowed into the narrow white streets, the sun glared down making it impossible to see without sunglasses and hats. Elderly people from various tours struggled with the steep inclines and relentless steps ...
... dip and octopus at a cliff top restaurant in Imerovigli, and our private viewing on the outskirts of Oia where the sun literally looked like it was melting into the ocean on the horizon before us. We went back into Oia on our last night as it is famed for being the best sunset spot on the island. This time we caught the bus to make sure we would have time to be right in the village as the sun went down. Unfortunately the weather wasn’t the clearest, and there were ...
... turns and an oh so European lack of guardrails. Were I designing the road I probably would have made it a few meters wider, but I’m no engineer. I suppose we did make it up alive.
By the time we were checked into our room by our hotel owner’s eight year old son (I guess they are never too young to prep them for taking over the family business) we spent what was left of the evening exploring Santorini’s winding streets and wonderful cliff top views. We ...