Thera Mare Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Dinner last night was a sight to behold. After all the main meals had been served, fanfare music sounds the arrival of someone or something important. Out come most of the waiters with a flaming Bombe Alaska held high on their platter. They line the dual illuminated stairs that feed into the semi circular stairs that allow for the next part of the act. After the waiters are applauded, out come the chefs in their finest livery and stand on one side of the semi circular stairs to ...
Got up and decided that today was the day we head down to Amoudi port for a look around. We took the bus from Fira to Oia and found our way to where the walk begins. The steps are about a meter wide and there are 360 of them to reach the bottom. Of course that means there are also 360 steps to reach the top.
It was a beautiful day and the views were lovely heading down the steps. Of course, the steps have been around for quite some time and are not smooth ...
... Oia's white buildings. We got there1.5 hours before the sunset and lucky enough to find a prime spot on a rocky wall. Time passed by quickly as we commented on what people were doing, wearing, and standing to take their photos. Donkeys are the island mascot and we saw them walking on the streets in groups. Dinner was at Roka restaurant and it was full because it was the 2011 and 2013 Trip ...
Located in the Aegean Sea, the island of Santorini was formed from an intense volcanic eruption over 3000 years ago. Prior to the eruption it is thought that the area consisted of a single large island with the volcano in the middle. The eruption caused the inner section of the island to collapse back down into the magma chamber thus creating the area's signature caldera and two volcanic islands (Kameni and Nea Kameni).
The collapse of the centre of the island ...
... do not have work because of the terrible condition of the economy. They are very dependent on tourism for jobs and want to do everything possible to keep this part of the economy strong. He said he grew up on Paros and his father was a bus driver. There are no fast food restaurants or store chains here. All of the restaurants are owned and run by families as their livelihood. There is great care and pride taken in the food prepared and presented and the ...