Absolute Bliss Imerovigli Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in groups but not eating; I think our collective thoughts were, "should we be here?" But, alas, a couple of the men beckoned to us to sit and called out to Maria, a young woman, who dutifully came running. The meatballs that Eugene and I had were really tasty; the locally produced wine which Helen and I had (well, I could only manage one glass) is an acquired taste...in my opinion! Sent from my ...
This morning, we went to Peravolos' black sand beach in the southern end of the island. The sand was granular and Tina wished she had disposable shoes for the walk along the hot beach. By the end if this trip, she will have worn out her running shoes to be thrown away on the next trip once wet. There were tons of umbrellas and reclining padded chairs to rent for $6 euros, with free internet. This was ...
... standing above a blue church dome taking photos, and decided we wanted that photo too! So we headed off on a mission to find it. After a few wrong turns down funny little streets we finally found it - only to discover that where they were standing was part of a hotel. So we had to settle for whatever we could get. But we still got some great photos! Pete had also read about a restaurant that was supposed to be great so went on a ...
... The little orange cat with half a tail was there and started to run past me but I put out my hand with the pork in it and he screeched to a halt and folded in on himself as he U-turned and grabbed my hand. I could barely get the pork out of the napkin before he was chowing down. The cats here look well cared for but they are still happy to get handouts.
Another lovely day all around. only thing, hubby says there was ...
Today we are e visiting Santorini which was made by volcanic activity and is the youngest go the Greek islands. Our tour is called the lost city of Atlantis and this is because there are excavations here that go back to times predating even the Mycenaean's over 3500years ago. The town of Akrotiris is located on the south of the island of Santorini and has been protected by the governing body of the Greek ministry of Culture. The ministry has had erected a ...