Petronikolis Traditional Houses
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... to scores of hippies flocking here in the late 60's to take up rent free residence in the caves used for burials in Roman times.
We parked at the beach, there were a couple of other tourist cars parked, but no sign of the hippies, we were expecting groups of wrinkled faces with grey ponytails to be here!
The entry fee of 2 € paid we started to explore, the first caves were not very ...
... resort of Tsoutsouros The harbour has three fishing boats, one speed boat and one nice cruiser moored in it. We took a walk along the promenade passing several tavernas where locals were enjoying a drink in the last of the sunshine.
There are plenty of cats in the harbour that are keeping Logan on his toes, they really do drive him mad!
We watch the coming and goings of the local men checking their boats before it goes dark, we suspect they only fish in them in 'the ...
... just a little at the side of the road, as we climbed it steadily became deeper until it was about 2 feet deep, the road was clear of snow, but narrow in places. We stopped at the top of the hill to take a photo of the remains if a row of windmills built along the ridge. The wind was strong and bitterly cold as we trampled in the snow to get a good shot. We drove down a short way and then climbed again passing ...
... and the tall arched buildings where the sailing ships were built. This port was a very busy trading area in the Venetian times. The yellow arrows led us to 25th Avenue, the Main Street through the city centre with a few grand buildings remaining. We had a quick look inside an old church were the first Bishop of Crete was ordained. Then passed through Lion Square so called after the Morosini Fountain. Nearly all the ...
We stayed in bed waiting for the place to warm up again this morning, we can hear the hail bouncing on the roof. We have coffee and biscuits with the campsite owners and ask if we can use the washing machine. There still isn't any WIFI this morning and our signal is rubbish and as we need to confirm some information for our spring travel arrangements we set off to find some unlocked free WIFI. We parked outside the Aquarium and yes, ...