Castello Bianco Hotel Apartments
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- Swimming pool
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... freshly grilled fish and octopus and the lovely family who ran the place, who had moved here from Athens a few years ago. The big, incredibly overweight father who manned the outside grill kept motioning with his hands and saying easy, easy, and something of the equivalent of go slow, relax in Greek. It certainly was a relaxing spot, and you can see after years of living in Athens why they must love this slow paced little spot, literally in the middle of nowhere.
... by Venizelos. It was very interesting. All sorts of Cretan products on display.
We then walked to the Church of the Virgin Mary. This is the main church of Chania. It is quite small in side but very pretty. After our visit to the church, Dennis and I walked back to the ship. We have walked at least 2 miles every day and sometimes as many as four.
... worried about
the time as the plane left an hour late, but as the connection from Athens to Istanbul
was also late, this did not matter. We did not have any dramas at Athens this time. We were
sorry to leave Crete, but we were also looking
forward to the last stages of our journey and to being back home.
... From the stalactite/stalagmite depths of the Sfentoni Cave to the palace at Phaistos we've traveled the ancient roads of the Minoans, visited the Roman baths, seen some of the locales of WWII incursions and other civil defense battles that have provided an overview of the long history of invasions that have helped to shape the landscape and culture ...
... my ******. I began with a 30 minute massage with hot oil, focused on my back and legs. Then I moved into the Hammam room, which is a circular room covered in marble that is heated and has steam. As you sit and melt the stress away, you are served hot tea. There is a faucet with a pail under it. You pour water (cold or hot) into the pail and and then scoop it out with another bowl and pour it on yourself. After about 20-30 minutes, ...