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TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Renos Fira
We loved our time in Santorini and don't believe we could have found a better place to stay than Villa Renos. The location is perfect, and the hosts are extremely gracious.
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... some of them more than 3,000 years old which was pretty mind boggling. We then hit up Hadrians library which was ok and after lunch walked past the roman agora which was mostly scaffolded so we didn't go in and then walked past Hadrians Arch and over to the temple of Zeus, which is 16 very very tall columns left of what was once 106. Again in the afternoon we explored the neighbourhood and then spent our last night together enjoying the views from my rooftop bar. While it's ...
... role of the government right now. He was passionate in his beliefs, as well as his love and adoration for his country. Yep good person. On our road trip to Chania, I managed to get us good and lost on our way back to Heraklion. The short version of the story? Imagine a tiny hatchback like vehicle,dark blue, a few dents, and mismatched hub caps. Add to that three white Canadian girls. Then add the Greek drivers cussing me out as we realize that I have ...
... the boat and we proceeded to our last destination, the island of Therasia. Here I walked up the winding path to the top of the island (dodging the donkey poop along the way) to explore the town. Besides the occasional tourist wandering around like me the town was very quiet and felt deserted. I then returned to the boat which took us back to the port where I was transported back to my hotel.
... and mountains and islands of Santorini amidst it! The 270 degree panoramic view of the ocean reminded me a bit of Cape Point in South Africa. We then took the long ATV ride all-the-way back north to Oia for our second sunset.which was just as pristine as the first! We enjoyed some mythos and snacks this time around. We had a delicious dinner of greek Crepes before heading for our ferry back to Athens.
At the airport now in Athens waiting for the next adventure - Roma!!!
... s history, or so I'm told. The ferry lands on the north side of the island which is dominated by huge cliffs which form the interior edges of the volcanic crater or calderon as they say in Greek. The # of cites/towns sit atop these cliffs including the capital Fira and generally can only be accessed from the sea by long, long stairways unless yu opt for the service of a donkey which is far ...