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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... off. Was kind of disappointed we didn't make the most of that day I'm Ios but we were way to hungover to do anything. Our last day in Ios we went to the beach (water was so clear) and yeh that's pretty much it. Our hotel (acropolis) looked out over the beach/cove so that was also a bonus. We were pretty ready to head to Santorini, I don't think Ios was any of our scenes (by obviously was cool experiencing it) except we accidentally missed our ferry because it let ppt at 1am and not ...
... and we thought maybe we need to spend more time with him...and the infinity pool was calling our name!
We headed down and lo and behold, 10 minutes after we got there the only other people there left! We had the pool and bar to ourselves! We swam and drank...Boheme was the drink of the day...gin, elderflower liquer, lime and cucumber juice...refreshing and light.
We spent the day admiring the view. We told our waiter Paully that evening what we did and he said, ...
... climbing all over the place with no safety equipment getting buoys ready for the side of the boat. There was no chance we were getting on today but we were intrigued by the 10 or so locals young and old that we're going to give it a go. Finally after the boat was close enough everyone rushed to the side of the just as a huge waves hit the docks edge and flew up some 12 feet and sprayed the people. It was great. People scattered ...
... and instead did a bit of shopping for the niece and nephew we had been putting off. Pretty easy to find stuff in a town so dedicated to tourists too. Of course we had some souvlaki for lunch and just had a pretty relaxing boring day.
The hotel owner dropped us down at the ferry at about 12pm and we pretty soon climbed aboard our overnight ferry which too was a bit of a debacle. Completely unorganised and shady boarding with no real authority. Everyone ...
... atop the Caldera. We were lucky enough to find a restaurant very near the castle and because some jest had not shown up for their reservation, we were seated at a front table on the patio. Chris ate Kalamari (like those many squid we'd seen draped on tree branches and fishing boats) and Leigh had lamb and grilled vegetables in a sweet balsamic sauce. Every couple of minutes we took a photo as the sun sunk lower and lower and lower into the sea. When the fiery ...