Artemis

Crete, 70014, Greece | Hotel
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Travel to crete with m

A travel blog entry by blog159753

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... the city with my family.

  • The hotel is wonderful ! I adored in the hotel it was the cafeteria, and the swimming pool, there is four big swimming pool.
  • it's very good and very fantastic, the travelis good !!

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    DAYS @ ATHENS & CRETE

    A travel blog entry by carriewiepen

    1

    ... pretty confused haha! We got to our SMALL cabins. There was hardly any room for our luggage. I got the top bunk. We got dressed up and went to the top deck to watch the ferry deport. We took pictures and then went to find Conner who had bee exploring the ferry on his own. We then went to the restaurant which ended up costing over 20 euros! I had a salad with some icky dressing I did not like, an orange Fanta, bread, some cold veggies, and a full out fish. ...

    It just gets better every day

    A travel blog entry by cwonholiday

    9

    ... and whilst restoration work is well under way, it's hardly made a dent in it. I'd love to come back in 15 years or so to see how much progres has been made. Medina salad for lunch, one of many mouth watering salads the Greeks make, this one topped with crumbled nuts that had been roasted in honey. Then a leisurely walk around the harbour back to the yacht past dozens and dozens of restaurants and constant bribes to tempt us to eat at each one, my favourite being "come, come ...

    Heraklion,Crete, Greece

    A travel blog entry by traveldetails

    1

    Heraklion, the largest city of Crete, was built in 824 and its original name was Chandax. The current name of the city comes from the homonymous Minoan settlement that existed there in ancient times. Heraklion is a very attractive destination nowadays. Two museums, the Archaeological Museum and the Historical Museum of Crete are worth visiting. In addition the archaeological site of Knossos is located very close to town, being one of the ...

    Carey Get Out Your Cane

    A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies

    10

    Matala is a small seaside village and famous beach in southern Crete. The caves, cut out by hand from the soft rock of the cliff, have been used as prehistoric dwellings, places of worship, leper caves, and Roman tombs. During the 1970's it hosted a cave-dwelling hippie community. Joni Mitchell's song, 'Carey' immortalized her experiences in Matala during that time. ...

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    This hotel, located in Crete, is near Festos, Phaistos, Malia Ruins, and Loutro.
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