Absolute Bliss Imerovigli Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Our first morning in Santorini. We were awakened to a breakfast feast on our deck. Fresh, thick greek yogurt with fruit and local honey, omelets with local bacon and sausage, mixed juice freshly squeezed, hot strawberry tea, "Salty pie" as they call it (come sort of pastry filled with cheese and meat and as the name suggests, quite salty), and " …
Greece is the one country where I feel like I'm not totally a tourist this summer, and that I somewhat fit in. The land of my people! I found a new appreciation for my culture these past five days. Everything from the food to the mannerisms to the language all remind me of my family. Speaking of the food, it's the best of the best. No shortage of fruits, Greek yogurt, olives, bread, veggies, fresh fish, local chicken, and of course CHEESE. Everything is grilled ...
Ok ...so my darling daughter has only been here 3 nights and we have been out twice and painted both Rome and Santorini RED !!!loads of great laughs and meeting fabulous people ...love it. Ness is a wild one to go out with ...she loves a chat and certainly embraces new cultures. It was a great night ...dancing at Tango bar, it was packed to the max and we managed to do ...
... that rings the island. It took the bus 10 minutes just to take the winding path from sea level to living level, which gave us a great opportunity to ask Greek strangers for money, as we had cleverly run out of cash. We did get a little lost finding our accommodation, which had a sign made with pen and cardboard, but it had beds, air conditioning and wifi, so we couldn't really complain. The day had been full of ...
Monday (17th) up at 5am to get our things together and then walked to the train station. Short train ride in and we were at Piraeus port where we collected our ferry tickets and climbed on board. The ferry is quite nice, not as good as the one from Scotland to Ireland but this one sells classier seating so economy is just squished in around them. We managed to score ourselves a window seat in cattle class so we were pretty happy. After a few hours we went and sat up on ...