- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
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Fantastic villa, wonderful hosts and excellent location
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... materials from it to built a nearby Venetian castle or by various invaders, including the Turks. In tours it is called the sanctuary to Apollo. So trip mate Valerie and I started there - at the end of the waterfront and up a bit of a hill. All that remains are the foundations and the gate itself - it is built of four blocks of marble twenty tons each and each over six meters long - probably too much trouble to try to move. The views are beautiful, even on ...
... twice. Just as well we have a few more days. In an attempt to not have any more big washes we have decided to wash as we go before Egypt where we know we are on the move all the way from there and no drying time. Except wear dry! Unfortunately Sue actually washed what she was planning to wear in the evening so that was a bit funny. We walked up to town and secured a front row table for the Santorini Sunset. We had a lovely meal overlooking the ...
... name suggests , it had a view across to the active volcano on the island of Fira. Apparently it last erupted in the late 1860's And is expected to again, scientists are apparently unable to say when though. On day two we went on the catamaran cruise the Bloods got me for my birthday. It was very beautiful. We went to several beaches and the hot springs at the volcano island where the water goes from normal temp to 25ish degrees in a little ...
... can grow on this island! They grow due to the humidity at night.....that's the only moisture. From the winery, we headed across the island to the town of Oia (pronounced ee-ah). This as a very charming town and we were able to see the remains of a cave house, a house built into the side of the island. This is also the best place on the island to view sunsets. The pedestrian area was cobblestone with lots of steps scattered about. After a ...
... the same things through each time but we have been stopped once so they could check a souvenir bottle opener and this time because of my camera and second lens. Wasn't anything to look at once we passed security so we just waited at the gate until it was time to board.
Got to Santorini airport on time at 7:15pm so we too late to watch the sun set over the Santorini Caldera but we did watch it set over another island from ...