Aquila Elounda Village Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We spent our last breakfast in Oia with a young Microsoft couple from Vancouver who we had met the day before. Billy had brought Veronica to Santorini to propose to her and she had just accepted. We scheduled the 1.5 hour boat trip from santorini to Crete to allow us to see some of the Cretian Sea. We were scheduled to depart at 6:00 pm however we …
... saw a lot of the old houses on the Island.
In the evenings Mum would make dinner including my favourite, potatoes! We would sit on our front porch with Nanny and Poppy and eat. On our last night we went out for dinner to say goodbye to Nanny and Poppy who were heading back to Australia. The next day we drove to Chania, it was very cramped in the car because we had 6 people and alot of luggage. We dropped Nanny and Poppy off at the Airport in Hania and went to our ...
On our arrival at our hotel at 3am, we decided to go exploring the area straight away, knowing that there should be a beach not more than 2 minutes away from us. In the darkness it was no surprise we got lost, trying two different directions before finally finding the right way after almost giving up. And when you land on an island as warm ...
... picked up and the sea has gotten very rough so we didn't stay long. Good thing we went to Santorini when we did. Tonight we went to a family restaurant recommended by the hotel's front desk clerk. And we've all sworn off meat. We ordered pork, lamb, and calamari along with the usual salad, potatoes/fries, and horta (greens - something similar to collards or turnip greens). The dishes were all huge and as ...
The drive west along the southern coast from Matala towards Myrtos and Irapatra took us over increasingly mountainous terrain with more cliff-hugging switchbacks and rocky panoramas leading down to the coast much like the less traveled northern road in Maui from Kahalui to Lahaina (minus the one lane roads). The towns and villages were even built along the downward sloping ridge lines. Until finally the ...