- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... away the other sides of the 'volcano' are away you can get an idea of the size of the 'volcanic plug' that got spat / blown out when this thing let go. Now the other topic for discussion is donkeys. Getting down from the upper western side to the lower western side ports has one cable car, many extremely steep tracks and of course the donkey services that traverse these steep tracks. I couldn't help but liken then to Santorini taxis. They would all line up and you would ...
... were moving to a hotel just down the road as ours had no room for another night. They are going to Ios, the neighbouring island, to pick up a sailing vessel and sail it to Turkey for a friend who needed it moved. What an adventure. They are our age and we hit it off straight away, so we enjoyed a night out with them last night. Thanks, Mark and Vicky for a lot of laughs. If we hadn't been moving on today we could have gone out sailing ...
Ia (or Oia) is one of four spectacular towns perched on the crescent-shaped cliff top of the caldera on Santorini island in Greece. Looking down from the rim of the volcanic mass it is fascinating to see the dwellings perched so hill and precariously on the edge of the rim. Apparently in Oia there are a couple of billionaires who have put in a desalinated plant for water and ...
... dedicated to the Prophet Elijah. When you walk into the Greek Orthodox Church immediately in front of you, there are a minimum of 4 icons along the front of the chapel. The first 2 on the left are dedicated to the Jesus as a baby being held by his mother Mary and on the right is an icon depicting Jesus as a man and to his right, the patron saint to whom the chapel is dedicated. The cathedral in Santorini is dedicated to Gabriel, so true to form the ...
... century later by the volcanic eruption. The interesting thing is that the ordinary people of this town were living in three storey buildings with indoor loos plumbed into sewers buried in the street. I wonder if they had the same issues as modern cities with the streets being dug up to repair the sewers.
Other stops along the way was the Monastery of Profitis Ilias ...