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Kardashians Fight with Hotel Owner in Santorini over Breaking Plates

Kardashians in Santorini,Greece
After taking over Mykonos, Kim, Kourtney and the rest of the Kardashians visited Santorini where they also had a fight with a Greek hotel owner.
Local media reported that the first day the Kardashians arrived on the island they wanted to break plates during a party they held at their hotel but the management did not allow them. This resulted in a small fight with the owner, but their wish was finally granted the next day when they finally were allowed to break plates.
Most people use boats to hop between the Greek islands but the rich and famous family did not. Kim and Kourtney had leased a private plane to take them, their mother Kris and step-brother Brody Jenner from Mykonos to Santorini on Sunday morning.
The famous family shot scenes for their show Keeping Up With the Kardashians while they enjoyed the late spring sun and the breathtaking views of Santorini. The sisters also tweeted a lot of pictures from the island.
Their journey to Greece has put the Greek and foreign media on high celebrity alert for their stay. Hordes of reporters and photographers are following their every move like they were a Presidential visit, hoping to catch a photograph of them in a bikini.
The DailyMail wrote that “Kardashians wealth and their love for shopping will give the island a breath amid the economic crisis in Greece.”
The grand plan of the visit of Kardashians in Mykonos was organized by Giorgos Trivizas, President of the Greek-American Chamber of Tourism, with Costas Skagias coordinating their stay there as well as on Santorini as they island-hop. In luxury, of course.

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