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Travel Blogs from Heraklion
... of the harbor and lighthouse from the second floor windows.
After meandering along the streets of the old town and the market, we decided to grab lunch before boarding the bus to Heraklion. We decided to test out our new rules for Greek Restaurants:
1) Only eat at cute places. If the restaurant is beautiful, the owners take pride in the establishment and therefore their food.
2) Only order one appy and one main OR ...
... much oxygen as an elephant in 30 minutes) the water was very choppy at the surface. Five foot swells rocked us about, as we waited for one another to board the boat. Total dive time was 33 minutes – whilst I lasted ~45 in the Red Sea in Egypt. After boarding the boat – I realized my balance felt "off". I have not been seasick before, so quickly warned my new Dutch friends I was “so so” giving the Diver’s sign language for ...
... uncovered from tombs (cremation) & all the small artefacts, were handmade of course, were offerings to the gods. So intricate in detail & the gold so paper thin. Women of wealth were depicted in artworks with their hands in the air showing of their jewellery & status....nothings changed has it! The intricacies of design & clasps can be seen in today's jewellery. Your earring that hangs from your ear hangs with the same hook design made ...
... 8220;25 Euros flat rate to Airport” another exclaimed – although honest this time, we still continued on to the train for 14 Euros instead. I believe we felt the need to balance out the stupid tourist fine we paid to the taxi driver from the Athens airport after all.
The station was packed around 9:00am as the Airport destined train pulled in. It was already jammed full and only a handful of people departed ...
... through a well preserved 16-meter-long trail, to the seaside village of Agia Roumeli on the southern coast of Crete at the Libyan Sea.
The National Park of Samaria was established in 1962 with the aim to preserve the scientific, aesthetic, touristic and cultural value of the site. In 2012 the Samaria Park dated 50 years of continuous operation since its establishment. It got its name after a settlement which can be found in the middle of the gorge.
- Swimming pool
- Free parking