Canea Mare Hotel
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... who had warships in the harbor and were bombing the island. Venizelos was the politician responsible for making Crete a part of Greece in 1913. There were beautiful views of the town from this hilltop. There is a small church there which was rebuilt with funds from Csar Nicholas the II.
We then went to the town center to the market which was opened ...
... that could still thrive without tourism, which is why the economic crisis did not effect them the same way it did Greece. You see, the real Crete is in the mountains. Crete is all about agriculture, and specifically they supply the world with olives and olive oil. There are miles and miles of olive groves all along the mountain until an altitude of 800 meters. They also grow oregano and thyme. The livestock is goats because of the mountains. I ...
... she poured a mix of cold and hot water to rinse me. Not only was it so relaxing and soothing, but it also was a really intimate experience. I was fully exposed while a perfect stranger cleaned and pampered my whole body. It was incredible and I highly recommend it to everyone to at least try once. After this, I had worked up my appetite but needed some comfort food, so I broke from my rule and ate Italian. I am so glad that I did - it was one of the ...
About Chania. Chania is an old Venetian port town on the island of Crete. There have many different occupations over time, including the 1940's when the Germans sent in paratroopers and later bombing many of the ancient ruins. Today I did the double-decker hop on and hop off tour. Usually my natural inclination is to stay away from these, however so many people recommended it when venturing to a new city. For ...
We took an overnight ferry from Athens to Chania, Crete. We were glad to take a room on the ferry, since the lounges were hot and crowded. After arriving by bus to the center of town, we checked our luggage and searched for a hotel. We found it in old town - a charming little hotel that was furnished with antiques but upgraded for modern conveniences. The important list for us was ...