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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 ...
... to the left side. The opponent's side. They went up first. We lost. They waved. Eventually our lifts came and up we went. There were mules up there and people sat on them. I wanted to sit on one too, but as soon as we were up I had a stomach ache. I bought a hat and demanded we sat down in a quiet, dark place with wi-fi. No time for fish restaurants. I haven't mentioned this, but since our arrival in Greece my fish restaurant radar has ...
... This has very narrow twisty windy streets with very few roads for vehicle access. We eventually found the church I wanted and got my shots.
The views are spectacular and the little restaurants all seem to have beautiful views. We decided to have calamari; mine fried and Relle's grilled. It was delicious and so fresh. We washed it down with a couple of ice cold Mythos beers. The meal including four beers was €34.20 - pretty good I thought. We have at ...
... a freedom of the spirit, I must say. Then it was a full on sprint to the bottom where our esteemed leader was waiting for us. Next we motored around the volcano to the far side and the hot springs. The boat pulls into a small cove and drops anchor, ladder goes overboard, captain points at water and says "you swim". Well as dubious as I was I hadn't come all that way not to do stuff so I was the first one in the water. The boys followed once ...
... 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 ...