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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... are a few hundred of them over the island, and almost all of them are privately owned. The privately owned churches are each dedicated to a particular saint, and will only open on the ‘names day’ of that saint - where there a parties and celebrations to honour that saint on their names-day. He also spoke about the architecture - noting that almost all buildings (except the churches with their domed roofs) have an arched roof - this is due to arched ...
On Friday, we immediately headed to Rome. After checking in to our hotels, we headed to lunch, where we got some good Italian pizza. It was great! Corey got a spicy pepperoni-type pizza and I got a margherita-type pizza with big tomatoes and buffalo mozzerella cheese on it. We then walked to the colosseum, which was really cool. It wasn't quite as big as we were expecting based on what we see in movies, but it was ...
... the airport unfortunately, so was bored at times, but I had wifi for an hour, and there were a few interesting shops to look at. I ended up buying a skirt and some earrings. The flight to Thira was less than an hour. So that went very quickly. I arrived at Thira at 8.30pm. I had booked a transfer to the hotel, so got to the hotel and checked in. My friend Alison ...
... spot for lunch of moussaka and souvlaki and the sun was even a bit warm. Chatted with Dais on Instagram and Kim by viber in her lonely hotel room back in Brisbane. After lunch some more wandering and watching the donkeys as they brought building supplies up the zigzag walkways from the wharves. We had to get down to the wharf where the tenders leave from and there are 3 ways 1) take a donkey -not advised; 2) walk the 500 steps; 3) take the cable car. ...
... It has a kitchenette for simple cooking. Tina is happy cuz she can finally do some cooking on this trip, after washing the dishes before usage. She hasn't had a regular sized (1 litre for her) coffee or tea with milk since we were in Toronto. We walked to Fira for lunch along the caldera. It took us about an hour as we stopped and go taking photos. The temperature was not super hot, but having used to the wonderful temperature in Portugal, we were feeling ...