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Santorini Oia Hotel

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Narrowing down our hotel or apartment list. Like so many others, we know we want to stay in Oia, we want a caldera view, and we would prefer a private balcony. We don't care if it is a hotel or self-catering, as long as it's clean and has a fabulour view. Would prefer to keep our cost between $150-200 US per night, but would consider splurging if necessary. My husband and I willl be there in mid-May for 4 nights. We would like to be able to walk to town for dinner 2 nights as well as walk down to Amoudi for dinner 1 or 2 nights. Is there a location that is best for these 2 options or does it really make a difference? The layout of the cliffs and roads is a bit confusing for someone who has never been to Santorini. We like getting excercise before and after eating. Is the walk down to the harbor really difficult? We are in our fifties and in good shape. Thanks for any advice!

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