Begeti Bay Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Begeti Bay Hotel Skaleta
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... or spaghetti". We choose chicken, which was an excellent choice. This really felt like a home cooked meal as Maria cooked the food ten feet from us in her oven and brought the salad to our table with the small glasses for wine. All told, for wine, water, chicken, potatoes, salad, raki (geek alcoholic drink) for FOUR people the total bill was only 42 euros. We also had some extra entertainment as across the street at the ...
... hot Cretan food tip). Its quite cool up there on the mountain, with the wind whipping about, it gets down to about 20 degrees. Must have been cold, Connor even put a jumper on!
WE make our way out of the mountains and start heading towards the coast again, getting into Agios Nicolas in the late afternoon. A brief stop at this port town and we head back to Heraklion to say goodbye to the Yaris. Not sure if Louise is very sad to see it ...
... as though we have no real purpose. We are trying to focus on the many amazing things to see in the last little bit, but thoughts of a return to school, work, and routine are creeping back. We now tell people it was probably just a titch too long, but I am certain that come September 10 or 11, we will be lamenting our return. We miss you all and will see you soon. If you have a moment, drop us an email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Another Venetian harbour, and a fort, and an old town. But this time a very pretty old town. Lots of narrow streets filled with cafes, shops, old doorways and balconies, and lots of flowers. It's a mixture of Venetian and Turkish architecture – rounded stone arches of the Venetians and overhanging balconies of the Turks. Very pretty.
The fort sits on a head land on the edge of the old town ...
... out. Again Tripadvisor exaggerated the quality of a nearby waterfront restaurant but we enjoyed the sunset, the service was cordial and the conversation lively. We spent the evening recounting our favorite parts of our 15 days in Turkey. We felt like we saw/did it all: mosques, call-to-prayer, women in burkas, carpet sellers, the grand bazaar, roof top views, hot air balloons, cave dwellings, ancient cave churches, underground cities, ancient roman ruins, enormous roman ...