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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Ya sas, kalimera (hello, good morning), Dinner Monday night was OK but not great, at Simos restaurant about 50 mtr away. We shared calamari and a Greek salad & believe it or not but Jus ate feta and liked it! Cathy and Mark at the table next to us are from Caringbah and staying at the hotel just next door to ours. They're both teachers, Mark is a scientist at Trinity Grammar, Summer Hill and Cathy teaches pre-schoolers 3-5 years. Nice couple, only a few years older than us, ...
... really kind and mellow middle-aged Dutch man, lets you guess the weight before he puts it on the scale. If you can guess the exact weight, in grams, he will give it to you for free! When Nathan and I both failed we asked if anyone ever gets it, and he said usually one or two people a day do.
The sun having long set, Nathan and I made our way back to the hotel, passing several free walking dogs and even a ragtag pack of strays. Bob Barker’s "The Price is Right" must not ...
... staff are very friendly- shout outs to Natalia and Oristas. We met a couple that had just arrived from Miami and we think they brought the rain, wind and cold with them LOL. It became so cold and windy pretty quickly. It started to pour, and with nothing else to do we napped all afternoon. Steph got cabin fever and we ventured out in our rain gear to ...
... tasting. Their grapes are unique as they don't water the vines due to lack of water here and this gives the grapes a unique quality. Finally we explored one of 400 churches in santorini, all but 20 are privately owned and were created by wealthy land owners. We ended the day with a good dinner of veal and salmon at the hotel dining ...
... 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 ...