Atlantis Beach Villa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... out about 30 cm from the forehead. What you wear has all to do with what you have not worn yet from your wardrobe rather than what is appropriate for the day. Two days ago, a young English speaking Asian couple who looked like they could be on a honeymoon, joined our tour. It was a hot 24 degrees on the exposed Acropolis in Athens. I was hot in shorts and thongs. He wore black pants, black leather shoes and a zipped black jacket with a tie. She had a knee length coat over a ...
So we have a new room and it is lovely. The room itself is on two floors with the bed up on a mezzanine floor. The balcony is just what we wanted with a view of the caldera and no-one passing in front. Today we went on a boat trip to the new volcano that is growing in the centre of the caldera. It is called Nea Kameni and first appeared above the water in197BC, so about 1500 years after the massive blow out that destroyed the Minoans. It has erupted several times since ...
... the rest. Today’s entertainment: the ancient archaeological site of Akrotiri and the Red Beach. After a nice breakfast at our usual spot, we jumped on the bus to Akrotiri, along with a huge gaggle tourists including a French choir group that kept us entertained with their wild antics and lovely music.
Upon reaching Akrotiri we made for the ancient archaeological dig, which has excavated the ancient Minoan settlement that served as the islands capitol thousands of years ...
Santorini is located in the south if the Cyclades and is one if the most popular tourist destinations of Greece but thankfully today there are only small ships visiting so it should not be too crowded.
The croissant shaped island is dominated by the Caldera, a crater of volcanic origin. The first eruption of the volcano is estimated to have happened around 1500BC. After a terrible eruption the centre of the island sank in ...
... along the way but it was an experience! They zig zagged up the hill and periodically swished walkers who were silly enough to walk down the trail and dodge donkeys, people and poop. Not too smart! I had heard horror stories of the donkeys going to close to the edge and racing but at no point was I scared. I loved it! We arrived at the top and couldn't find the others. It seemed to be the theme for the day. It took us about 15 minutes but we managed to reconnect. We thought we had ...