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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the relaxation. A quick shower and back to the pool area for an absolutely delicious dinner accompanied by entertainment from all the cats, especially the tiny kitten who decided my lap looked like a great place to crash out! Santorini was fabulous, I would certainly not hesitate to return. I found myself relaxed and content there, as I think we all did. Naxos being the complete antithesis will be interesting. So far, we like the laid back, quiet vibe of this ...
... ago, providing safe anchorage for ships of all sizes within her crater, or caldera. What a special sight she is as you sail towards her at sun rise. From a distance her highest most points appear to be covered in snow, but as you approach you notice doors and windows, quickly realising the snow is in fact white buildings, oozing over the sides of this magestic layer cake, like thick rich icing. We were transported to the island by tender, disembarking in ...
... or walk. We chose to walk, and partly regrated this, having to hold our breath, block our noses and watch our step most of the way thanks to the stinky donkeys and their poo! The boat took us out to Nea Kameni (the Volcano) where we walked atop the blackened lava rocks and could see (and smell) the sulphur. The last eruption was only minor, and this was in 1950. It has been dormant since then, but they closely monitor its activity, and can apparently predict a few months to ...
... home excitedly, turn on the coffee maker and open up the box to take in your new purchase. You noticed that while each of the cinnamon buns looks delicious, there is one in particular that is just a bit larger than the others, looks just a bit tastier and has just a little bit more frosting. So you set it aside and save it for last.
If the Greek islands were a box of cinnamon buns, than Nathan and I have done just that: saved the best for last. Monday afternoon we arrived ...
... with the donkeys gave you some sort of accomplishment too. It's definitely a diamond in the rough. The rough being the Barron land of the island, which is surrounded by the diamond encrusted cliffs. Every angle the sun cuts across the Greek White infrastructure is eye catching. And as the sun sets over the caldera/volcano it lights up the sky from blue to red and all the colours in between. The white buildings simply mirror the already jaw dropping view. All in all, Oia, ...