Celestia Grand Executive Villas Santorini
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... towards the very end of the season so it wasn't super packed but I can imagine that it would be pretty hectic at peak. I wanted to have a drive of the scooter because I've never driven one before but I somehow managed to stack it before even taking off! I wasn't expecting all that power! Haha! Did nail it on my second go though, so don't judge!
Back to the hostel, we hung around for a little bit before hitting the scooter once again, this time ...
... left. We pass a few buildings under renovation, as well as one big wall being given a fresh coat of light blue paint. The painter stopped sloshing the paint on with his broom long enough for us to walk up the stairs next to the wall!! I had visions of splattered blue paint all over me! We didn't make it to the square as they were digging up the footpath and we couldn't get through. Our tour guide Lisa later said that the elections for mayor were ...
... and were met and the bus went up a very steep road with lots of hairpins, of course the driver had a drink, read a sheet of paper and took a call whilst driving up using one hand on the steering wheel...... Hotel is centrally located and nice, dinner out and tour in the morning:). No photos today ...
... got a kebab pita on the way and retreated to the villa for the night. Danny and I essentially covered the entire island today: we live in the center, Akrotiri is at the southern tip, and Oia is at the northern tip. We’ve stuck to the western coast of the island but tomorrow we will explore Santorini’s two famous beaches on its east coast (the two coasts are separated by less than 6 kilometers so don’t be imagining a massive island ...
... the capital of the island) and had a poke around the many souvenir shops to be found lining the cramped walkways. Finding nothing to our taste we laboured through the worst and coincidentally most expensive meal of our entire trip (no further description: even the thought makes the bile rise in my throat), then hit back to the shops. Secured ourselves tickets aboard an afternoon cruise around Santorini and the neighbouring volcano and friends and headed ...