Photos: Andrea Darlas in Greece – The Grand Finale

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The Wi-Fi in Santorini for the last four days was a bit spotty. But now that the trip is over, here are photos from the final stops on the trip.

GALLERY 1: “The Lion Gate” – the main entrance of the city of Mycenae, southern Greece. It was built in the 13th century. Plus, the Corinth Canal – connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea. It separates the Peloponnese from the Greek mainland. The builders dug the canal through the Isthmus at sea level; no locks are employed. It is four miles in length and only 70 ft wide at its base. And, the last night in Athens, with dinner, dancing, and the view from our hotel. Finally, our sunrise ferry ride from Athens to Santorini (making stops at Ios and Naxos).

GALLERY 2: Our first night and sunset in Santorini! And, our catamaran ride in Santorini (We got to see the Black beach, the Red beach, the White beach and swim in the volcanic hot springs! Plus we ate, drank and danced!!)

GALLERY 3: Just another day in Santorini, Greece. Santorini wine tour with the amazing Vangelis (we learned why the grapes are grown so close to the ground, tasted at Ktmia Sigalia (thanks Panayiota!) and Hatzidakis (thanks Sofia!) and of course…a final Santorini sunset! And, the ancient city of Akrotiri – still an ongoing archeological dig.

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