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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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... came to a Greek lady telling us off for putting our towels there. Like what! Such a con. So we left red beach and headed back for our 5-6 exploring cruise we had planned that arvo. Because Santorini is so spread out (not just the white houses on the cliff face like I thought) we had to leave a lot of time for getting to places we needed to be. Our cruise thing started at 3:30 and we headed down to old port via cable car. It was kind of hilarious cos the two options to get down ...
... the pinch of a bad economy anymore!
The other thing we noticed, lots and lots of Chinese...I wonder if this is the new honeymoon spot? They are in matching outfits (seriously, saw one with matching swimsuits and one with matching shirts) and they all had selfie sticks! Most were young, covered with long sleeve shirts and big brim hats, very afraid to tan their white skin...we should probably ...
... in Oia. Christine let them borrow the hair dryer so they could have a chance of Getting some good shots. After some soccer it was time to dress up in futbol gear and make our way to the Paradox Thai restaurant to watch the Madrid vrs Barcelona game. The host remember Caleb and said she was wondering if he would be back for the match. We got front row seats for the big El Calssico league game. The young guy from the local ...
... Saint Irene. It also happens to be the name of the small church above the port in Thirassia, the other inhabited island across the caldera from Fira. In the middle of the volcano there are three smaller uninhabited islands. As we sailed past them towards the tiny port of Korfos, the steep switchbacked donkey trail climbing the 900+ feet upwards to Thira became visible. Tom indicated the donkey path was a total of 588 steps to the top and held many "sweet smelling" bundles ...
... and a map marked with the lesser known beaches Ana Maria told us about, we were off to explore the island. Our first stop was a beach not far from Fira, called Kamari. A beautiful stretch of black sand ( really, it was more pebbles than sand) stretched between some intense rock formations. Along the beach, a strand of cobblestone road offered tavernas and shops the chance to woo beach goers with delicious food and trinkets. 6 Euros rented two ...