Petronikolis Traditional Houses

Houdetsi, Heraklion, Crete, Greece | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Heraklion

A Blank Canvas

A travel blog entry by keficrew

... be interested in my writing? I have always looked at writing with the idea that every piece I create has to be a jewel. That is why I have avoided beginning anything. I have learned that those few precious jewels can only be found in among the other stones in a garden or on a sketch pad we are working in. ...

Myrtos

A travel blog entry by clittle419

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... south and dropped down into a beautiful little seaside town called Myrtos. One that I've heard and read about a few times. Once parked we walked into the town from the east and strolled through the small back streets. I saw the church with the red roof but sadly through the years building and trees have blocked the view there once was back in the late 70's. We continued walking a with the help of Nick's ...

Matala

A travel blog entry by clittle419

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... then some sort of old (ancient) historical piece like most other Greek towns. And according to the book Joni Mitchell was inspired to write Carey because of it (never heard of it or at least don't recognize the name so I can't comment yet). The town is centered around a crescent shaped bay with 60-70 ft cliffs on each side that slope down to the water at each of the far ends. On one side there are ancient Roman tombs hewn ...

To Matala, Myrtos, and Ag. Nikolaos

A travel blog entry by clittle419

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... coast (by car this time) to the town of Matala, then east to Myrtos, and then NE to Agios Nikolaos. First I've never seen an olive tree before a week ago. Second, I never dreamed I'd see so many. They're everywhere. I mean everywhere. I don't know how they even harvest that many not to mention harvesting the ones on sides of mountains. Supposedly there are 30 million in ...

A Pile of Rocks and Iraklion

A travel blog entry by haysnoe

... dinner, complete with the ubiquitous Greek Salad, and the usual evening's accompaniment of the World Cup matches on the rolled-out flat-screen TV's. We retired to our hotel hoping to get a reasonably early start in the morning in order to catch the 1200 ferry to Rhodes, while also fitting in the museum visit. At about 0130 the next morning, though, we were awoken by many car horns blaring away outside. Going out onto our balcony we saw that the streets below were filled with cars, ...

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