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My wife and I are considering a trip to the Greek Islands in September. We are both age 65 and we have some difficulty climbing and we are wondering how difficult it is to get around on Santorini and Mykonos. Some of the photos and descriptions indicate many steep grades and stairs even in the towns. We aren't talking about hikes or mountain climbing - just getting around seeing the sights and going to and from our hotels and transfers.
Thanks for any insight you can provide. Redheads.

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