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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Kymata Kamari
Travel Blogs from Kamari
... the donkeys and the steps they frequent- a donkey ride will lead to a leg scraped on the wall!
WE also took a boat out which goes to the little volcano and hot pools, and to the other island on the crater rim for a nice seafood lunch.
... of blue the illuminated cliff side pools emit into the velvet black night sky. All of it is remarkably beautiful and I find myself very content here. Santorini has been a wonderful destination and we have all had a super time. The weather has been fantastic, the food delicious, the people wonderful and the scenery, well I think I have said it-undeniably stunning. If I had wanted to make it all up, I don't think I could have written it any better than it already ...
... away. Photos just don't do it justice and when you see the cliffs in person you really get a sense of how huge they are. Rising so high above the ocean and speckled at the top with beautiful white buildings. There were a few large cruise ships in the harbour where the famous switchback road rises form the sea to the the top of the cliffs. The ferry docked a little bit further down in its own separate port and we were met by someone from our hotel who gave us a ...
... out about 30 cm from the forehead. What you wear has all to do with what you have not worn yet from your wardrobe rather than what is appropriate for the day. Two days ago, a young English speaking Asian couple who looked like they could be on a honeymoon, joined our tour. It was a hot 24 degrees on the exposed Acropolis in Athens. I was hot in shorts and thongs. He wore black pants, black leather shoes and a zipped black jacket with a tie. She had a knee length coat over a ...
... hot Agean sun shining brightly overhead. It was made even more perilous by the fact that it also hosts one of Santorini’s most popular, and most depressing, attractions: donkey rides. The upper section of the path is crowded with donkeys tied to the sides of the path. Many of them were facing with their hindquarters to the passersby, making me quite nervous. While I don’t have much experience with horses or donkeys, I know enough to be wary of standing behind them. As ...