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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... With a blue roof and bells ... Not much of a clue as they all have blue roof and bells!
Eventually we met up and had a leisurely breakfast at one of the many cafés that have magnificent views over the caldera. It was great, just taking our time and catching up re several 'Cappuccino Freddo' (iced coffees).
The plan was just to jump on the local bus and check things out. We travelled until we got to Pyrgos, which is one of ...
... m super excited to go shopping in Bangkok in my next stop over!
8:47pm- 27th July 2014
After a 3 hour flight to Bangkok was a 9 and a half hour stop over. During that time I went on a shopping rampage! I think I almost bought out every shop! From clothes, to shoes, to make up, to knick knacks. Lucky I had extra room in my suitcases. I went to grab a bite at Burger King for the first time ever. ...
... who work pay heavy taxes, they at least have some money on which to live. She knew a lot about the history of the island- the Cyclades islands are named that because they are a group of islands that surround the holy island Delos, thought to be the birthplace of Apollo. Thera ( aka Fira) is the capital of Santorini, the island known for its white steps going to the blue water. The distinguishing attributes of the island were created by volcanic activity. Thousands ...
... Cab ride took about 15 minutes. Ferry turned out to be a big ship. I think the boys were expecting a rustic fishing boat but this thing has elevators, cabins, bars, restaurants etc. It was an eigt hour crossing to Santorini and we managed to amuse ourseves reading and playing cards. Weather was overcast but the trip was ver smooth and the scenery beautiful. Islands just erupt out of the water here, ...
... 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 ...