- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... had a great time and how much we loved it. He told us to be sure and come back to see him again next time. J
Enough time now for some lunch and then back to our hotel for a ride down to the ferry. We decided to find a place on the water. The weather was much warmer on Sunday – easily the 10 degree increase we had hoped for and much less wind. So why not eat outside with a great view. We found a place and took a seat in the sun with a beautiful ...
... We both fell asleep for the rest of the afternoon and evening and having had no dinner. We also forgot to buy water, we're not sure if we can drink the tap water here. Not surprisingly, I am wide awake at 3.30am (and starving and thirsty), and ready for the day while Jus soundly sleeps beside me, snoring to his hearts content so I thought... there's no better time than now to record yesterday's accounts as I hear a washing machine churning away so obviously ...
... path that started in Fira, however of course that path ended quickly and at the first fork in the road we were confused. We quickly found two girls and another couple who were also lost and looking for the path to Oia. Between the eight of us, we were able to find the correct route and were once again on our way! The walk was so beautiful, and the sunshine just added to the incredible scenery. We walked along paved paths, sandy paths, and many rocky paths but finally arrived in ...
Monday (17th) up at 5am to get our things together and then walked to the train station. Short train ride in and we were at Piraeus port where we collected our ferry tickets and climbed on board. The ferry is quite nice, not as good as the one from Scotland to Ireland but this one sells classier seating so economy is just squished in around them. We managed to score ourselves a window seat in cattle class so we were pretty happy. After a few hours we went and sat up on ...
... and we have no guide but the trail. She/he is a gentle soul and very surefooted, so despite my white knuckle grip on the saddle and my granddaughter, we slowly but surely make it to the top. A few expletives are heard as fellow travelers jostle each other, us included and sometimes get pretty close to the walls of the trail. Once in Fira, we need water and Emma has lunch for breakfast among cobbled streets, ...