If you follow my blog you'll know that I recently went to Santorini to be bridesmaid at my best friend's wedding. So the first thing I'm going to do is apologise for the next few posts where you will no doubt be inundated with our antics on the beautiful island. I have completely fallen in love with this little picturesque Greek island, so needless to say I have hundreds of photos but have decided to separate them into separate posts so as not to bore you.
We stayed in a lovely quaint little place called Aghios Artemios Traditional Houses, a lovely little family run hotel where the staff were so friendly and helpful, they just couldn't do enough for you. The rooms were just beautiful and are perfect little restored white caves built into the hills. I just love how this hotel is just everything I imagine when I think of Greece... white walls, little blue doors, blue church roofs... it was just perfect. Also as it is a fairly small place and as there were 25 of us we had the whole complex to ourselves, which was lovely. We arrived fairly late at night and the staff put on a delicious Greek meze for us. I have always loved Greek food but the food we had throughout this trip was just amazing! I am determined to try and learn to recreate some of the wonderful dishes we had now I'm back home.
I have lots more to share with you from our trip but I thought I'd start with where we stayed, as it was just perfect and is quite central in Santorini making pretty much anywhere on the island easy to get to. If you're ever looking for somewhere to stay in Santorini I cannot recommend this place enough. We're already planning on going back.