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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... look. As we parked an old man aged 86 came to greet us, he spoke very good English and seemed genuinely pleased to meet us. The cemetery was quite large, it was very noticeable that a good percentage of the graves were for 'Unknown Soldier' very sad. We still had a few hours to kill so we walked around Souda, a run down sort of place with a quay side factory that makes animal feed from grain, it gives off a strange smell, a toasted grainy alcoholic smell, it's ...
... one asked for our website so he could follow the rest of our trip. The drive to Georgioupoli is only 5 minutes, we drove around to the harbour, we hadn't been there long before a gaggle of geese arrived, they were very noisy! Next a tatty car that was also very noisy came speeding along the track, the driver was pulling hand brake turns, what a racket! After 3 blasts along the track, the engine conked out, the peace was ...
... filled with people, most locals eat around two o'clock. It was around 4.00 when we got back, Les had a snooze, lunch time drinking! Whilst I read my book. As it went dark we walked Logan, it was so nice and mild we walked back into town, it's the first time we have been out in the evening in ages, we are often parked outside towns and villages, about an hour later we arrived back and made a sandwich for a late tea before sorting out ...
We drove into Georgioupolis to buy some bread afterwards we walked Logan on the beach for an hour or so, there are a lot of resort hotels with beach frontage. The beach is lovely, it's very long and wide with soft white sand. It's difficult for us to visualise what it must be like here in 'the season' as neither of us have had a resort type holiday.
... is open and you can walk down into it. It was in perfect condition, the walls made of large blocks and the ceiling was pitched, made from the same large blocks, a bit like a Lego roof. It felt a bit eerie being in a tomb from 14th to 13th C. BC. Continuing up the mountain we passed through villages clinging to the hillsides, where goats and sheep were grazing at the side of the ...