- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to go down by the pool but he opted out saying that there's topless women down there! I would have thought that's all the more reason. Apparently, his chair up here has a good view still :-) Efhharisto (thank you) for the comments from you guys on the blog, we wish you all could be here to relax and enjoy this lovely place with us. We took the bus to Oia (pronounced ee a) this afternoon to look around before dinner and watching its sunset. Oia is nice too, most of the ...
... on, so Nathan and I opted for some beach chairs with an umbrella. We spent the late afternoon soaking up the sun, swimming in the water, watching the frolicking Russian tourists and enjoying our books.
Wednesday morning we opted for a sit down breakfast at a restaurant called Mamma’s House, which claimed to have the best American breakfast in town. Whether it is indeed the best in town, I cannot claim to say, but it was the best breakfast of the trip so far. With ...
We finally reached this lovely place I had been dreaming of coming!! The place we embark with cable car is so-so... but later I found out that Oia is the town about 10km away that many postcards had their pictures from there. So we got a young Romanian mini-van driver to bring us there for about 14 Euro to and fro. Oia, with its blue-domed church (3 of the famous dome) and cobbler-stone pavement, and shops with colourful left ...
... blue so that when the men missed it was easy to see to clean. Nothing has changed that much since then has it? We also spent a day relaxing under thatched umbrellas on one beach cruising around to visit another. Our last day was spent dining at a seafood restaurant called Sunset at Amoundi, which is the old seaport bordering on the edge of the Mediterranean. A perfect way to end our ...
... the plane handing out snacks and collected the rubbish just in time for the landing. The approach towards Santorini's airport can be a bit disconcerting if you don't know what to expect. The airport is right next to the sea, so it looked as if the plane was going to land on the water, only for the runway to appear beneath us about five seconds before we touched down.
It was 06h30 by the time we left the airport building with all our luggage. Exhausted, we ...