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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension Petros Fira
A lovely little pension which is close to the centre of town. Everyone is very helpful and full of suggestions and advice for the traveller.
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... which is right on the Caldera (water) and is a great place for the view. Of course, we didn’t get there until nearly, eight, so it was quite dark but we wanted to try it anyway.
There was live music playing and many traditional Greek and Santorini dishes on the menu. We started with some Saganaki – crisp fried cheese and bread service. It was served with a delicious spread called, which was Tzatziki with beet root. Loved it. We ...
Having an awesome time. Santorini is beautiful and very chilled - the perfect place to unwind.
Highlights so far:
Cliff Jumping (Nicole 'ass slapper' and Ian 'belly flopper'. The cliff was only 8 metres
Sunset at Oia - thousands of people lined the walls to watch and then started clapping when it set (weird)
... a sleep in and after skyping back home it was time to jump on the ferry to Santorini. 3.5 hours later we arrived to the giant cliff face that dropped down 200 metres to the sea. It was amazing that you could see definite lines along the cliff which is formed when the ash settles from each eruption from the famous volcano Nea Kameni which is still active to this day and where we will be walking up tomorrow. We caught a bus ...
... the imperial powers trying to keep their imperial powers. I think the English monarchy is the only one still left out of the main ones involved in World War I! And now, thank goodness for William and Catherine, hey? :P They'll keep everyone keen :) Perhaps we'll run into them in England :P
Ultimate cultural experience of the day: sipping Santorini wine.
- Santorini really is beautiful, the postcards don't do it justice. Put it on the ...
... lunch at the portside village. Continuing on, we ended up at the northeswirn end of Oia for the spectacular sunset. Arriving early we set up on top of a lookout and waited for the sun to set with the hundreds of other eager sightseers. The view as we watched the sun set was amazing, seeing the white buildings and blue domes just like on the postcards, the character on the small lanes, all across the coastline. A perfect way to end a long and adventurous day.