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The flight lasts about 3 hours taking us directly from London to Heraklion, Crete. As we step out of the plane in the heat, Paulo and I look at each other, without saying anything, but with a big grin on our faces. Rainy Londonland is a far far away memory now!! Heraklion airport reminds me of the small southern Italian airports I went through in my past, with all the cars beeping around, people shouting ...
... 11u30 en eentje om 13u30.
Vlak bij waar de bus stopt, zitten een aantal mannen aan tafeltje in de schaduw van een grote boom. Bij dat tafeltje staat info Spinalonga en de man met het geldkistje verkoopt tickets voor de boot. Deze kosten 8 euro per persoon. Het enige wat hij zegt is dat we niet te ver mogen weggaan. Af en toe zijn er nog enkele mensen die een ticketje komen kopen maar verder gebeurt er niet veel. Het duurt nog tot 10u eer van de ...
This morning we rented a car and drove around the island. We started in the very southwest and saw the ruins of Akrotiri. It is a town that was buried in volcanic ash from one of the largest volcanic eruptions known. The oldest part of the city dates back to the 5th millennium BC. The city expanded and by the Bronze Age (3rd millennium BC) it became an important harbor town involved in ...
... rough and rocking and I could feel sick. Some other passengers weren’t well either. We finally arrive in Mykonos at 11.30pm and our hotel pickup was holding up a sign for us. I tell you I could not of been any happier and relieved to see him. I could of kissed him I was so happy to see him. As we got into our minivan with another couple from Brazil our driver says “Welcome to Mykonos”, we say “Thank you” and Mary ...
... For 70 euro we grab a standard room. Our room has a great view of the ocean and the beach isn’t bad, covered with white chairs and four poster beds at this resort. 3.30pm and its lunch time so we walk up the street and it has mostly empty restaurants. We finally found a taverna open and saganaki, calamari, greek salad for lunch, Yum! Back to our resort for a nice swim in the pool which was fabulous and so refreshing. Having a chat to a young Italian girl ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking