Celestia Grand Executive Villas Santorini
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... drank beer (it was hot) and ate a local meza dish. After all we had already been tasting wine at a local winery... before ten o clock. For those geologists among you Santorini formed when, like, years ago a big island went "Boom", and this is all that's left. OK. There were no dinosaurs so people lived in caves! And called it "Caveland", but no tourists came. Then people built houses, made trinkets, but still no tourists came. So they painted them white, changed the name ...
... sky was not filled with beautiful colours. After sunset we headed back to the port. Once there we caught the cable car back up and shopped with the Americans for a little bit. They went off to do some shopping and we walked around for a bit. We stopped at a bar serving two for one cocktails. Adam had his first mojito but was not impressed! Before we knew it , it was midnight so we headed home. Tomorrow we are going adventuring on a quad bike! All in all, my second favourite day so far ...
<b>Ruth</b> This morning we woke to a beautiful day, Santorini had turned back on the warm weather and we had a sunset cruise all booked . Again Evi provided the breakfast that would feed a small army! This morning was all about taking it easy around the villa until we had to catch the bus, but Graham had just one more museum he wanted to see so with David into they headed out. Shirley and I got a lift up to the bus station in time for the 1:30 pickup from the bus ...
... everything is beautiful here but there are so many photo opportunities we can't help ourselves. We are constantly amazed at the changing landscapes and architecture that we are coming across. We ended back in town just in time for an omelette for lunch and time to change before negotiating the 600 steps down to the port. It really was negotiation as there were 4 cruise ships in port and tourists swelling the population by about 9000 extra people. Many of these ...
... And he did this twice because with much pointing of watches etc we agreed which tree I would stand under at the Acropolis at 11am so he could deliver me back to the hotel. I noted the meter was left off for the second trip so nice €10 perk job for him.
No time to try and find Elios at the marina to buy him the ouzo I'd promised as I thankfully I followed Dietmar's advice to go straight to the Acropolis to beat the passengers ...