Europe Snapshots: Day 12

In the morning we took a bus to Akrotiri on the south-western part of the island.  In Akrotiri there is a museum which houses an archiological site that started in 1967.  The ruins dated all the way back to 1650-1500BC.  We then walked to a nearby beach called Red Sand Beach (for obvious reasons) and enjoyed the views.  Before we left we made a few more cat friends and then watched the sun go down one last time before leaving in the morning.  Bring it on Athens!

The prehisoric city of Akrotiri.

The prehisoric city of Akrotiri.

The smallest flower that ever was.

The smallest flower that ever was.

Red Sand Beach

Red Sand Beach

Door to nowhere

Door to nowhere

Door to nowhere 2

Door to nowhere 2

Red Sand Beach

Red Sand Beach

Yawn

Yawn

Church at Oia

Church at Oia

Oia at sunset.

Oia at sunset.

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One Response to Europe Snapshots: Day 12

  1. Looks just like Arizona! (But not really)

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