We were up and packed and headed out to do some souvenir shopping. We had lunch once again at Meze Meze. I had to have grilled squid for one last time and shared one more Naxian Gruyere cheese saganaki with Jill. The taxi was picking us up to take us the airport at 3 so we headed home and we had a short nap. The airport was not only small but our check-in agent was the same guy who was working at the olive museum. He was helping a friend for just a day. We were travelling to
on a Bombardier prop Fokker, a Canadian plane. It took just 30 minutes
in the air. It was neat to see several
ferries at one time chris crossing the Athens Aegean to the various islands.
We were picked up at the airport by the owner of Peri’s Hotel, a short 15 minute ride from the airport and a 15 minute walk from the sea to where we went for dinner. Peri’s is a bargain at 85 Euros, which includes transfers to and from the airport and an early transfer as we were leaving to go to the airport at 6 am.
View from our room at Peri's Hotel
The hotel and outside sitting area
View from the restaurant
Pam and Bruce, dear friends and a wonderful couple to travel with
Tomorrow it's home via
. We loved Greece. Munich