Elounda Ilion Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Free parking
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Meal plan
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... but to visit town and see what we may.
Off the ship, we walk – the city, Aghios Nikolaos, Greece (St. Nicholas), is clearly a tourist destination from all over Europe and the rest of the world. Quaint with strikingly blue water. Looking into the water can be a mesmerizing experience – the fish, the sea bottom, the clear blue waters are calling me…but alas….not possible to swim here ...
... small number from under our umbrellas. So it took a phone call and some more searching before we arrived at the Air bnb. Laura greeted and escorted us up several flights of stairs to our well hidden apartment. Well actually it was Laura's and we had access to a room within. Well room would be a stretch actually. Holly **** it's small. Room only. It was the width of a double bed with a ladder to a small landing with ...
Today we ventured out in Jimmy to check out the other end of the island. It was still raining however so this made walking around sight seeing a bit more difficult. We navigated ourselves down to the port area of Heraklion where we found a cafe open for brekky. Mel had her traditional luke warm waffle while Ali had a bacon and egg brekky that came with pancakes and a nice orange cake (reminded Ali of something Nan used to make). Ali walked down to the old fort on the port to ...
... lightening. This made for a damp interesting drive back to the resort with the thunder making Mel jump a few times. It took us just on 2 hours to make it back to Hersonissos where we had an early dinner. Ali had a Greek dish called Stifado which is slow cooked beef with onions in a tomato sauce. This was served in a crusty bread roll. Mel had spag bog. By now the weather had set in so we retired to our resort to chill out and watch a ...
... right hand and Ali's groans as she got close to the edge of the road, or a parked car. (Still married) We descended the plateau to the town of Nikolaos. A very nice little port town where day tours head off to Spinalonga the Greek equivalent of Alcatraz. We had a good look around the various shops and sat and had a drink and a rather large garlic bread, more like a ...