Achlada - Mourtzanakis Residence

Address: No Name, Agia Pelagia, Crete, 71500, Greece | 3 star condo
 
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This 3 star condo, located on No Name, Agia Pelagia, is near Agia Irini Gorge.
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    Travel Blogs from Agia Pelagia

    Crete - here we come

    A travel blog entry by sammy.bell on Jul 20, 2015

    5 photos

    ... the interesting parts and the stories. So it was nice to go there but not mind blowing. I think we're all a little jaded from the barrage of cultural sights we've experienced in the last week or so. Probably the best thing was hearing from Lena about day to day life on Crete. How married couples are given houses by their parents, what age they marry, pregnancy out of wedlock is a precious baby and many Cretian brides walk down the aisle in their white dress ...

    Day 9 lasithiti plateau

    A travel blog entry by kristinkyle on Jul 04, 2015

    6 photos

    ... windmills that pull water from the ground used in old times for irrigation, now mostly for tourism. We went to a small village life center with animals and examples of traditional crafts. For dinner we went to Maria's tavern, Blair quickly made friends with Maria, which was easy to do being the only people in the tavern for the entirety of our stay (two hours on a Saturday night). Then menu had two options written in size 36 ...

    Croquettes and packing

    A travel blog entry by snibbertort on Jul 02, 2015

    4 comments, 1 photo

    ... with beer. So since last night was our last night here, we decided to order the croquettes. They were very interesting! They're shaped like logs about the size of an egg roll and they're essentially deep fried gravy. Not the healthiest food, but they were delicious. And we all thought it was hilarious to be eating Dutch food in Greece. Today we're headed to the ruins of Knossos, which was an ancient Minoan settlement and is also where ...

    July 2

    A travel blog entry by jcavazos on Jul 02, 2015

    42 photos

    ... at night, the air was filled not with the sounds of commerce and groups of tourists, but with the authentic cacophony of Greek locals sitting around outside, making conversation as the day draws down. Kids, too. Kids in Greece stay out late. Surprisingly late. The result of a dearth of electronics and limited cable/internet I'm sure.

    The couple next to me is now arguing about Santorini.

    Guy: "What do you hope to accomplish there? It's nothing, it's barren"
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    Crete: What an amazing island!

    A travel blog entry by missmm_2206 on Jul 02, 2015

    5 photos

    ... it phonetically). I have also worked out, that of all the countries we have been to so far, Greek is the hardest language to work out. I simply cannot speak 'triangle', that is, while some letters are the same as in our alphabet, there are some tricky symbols which mean absolutely nothing to me - and I can't even try to sound them out.)

    Chania, however, was brilliant, The Maritime Museum, the Old Port, the Venetian Lighthouse, the cafés, ...