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Heraklion, Crete, 70007, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Heraklion

The Freedom to Fail

A travel blog entry by keficrew

... not been in the classroom for many years are either telling you something you have already known for a long time or they are giving you strategies that don't realistically is fit into the true American classroom.

This workshop, however, has been a game changer for me. Not only have I taken away some really great strategies for my students to use to cultivate ...

A Blank Canvas

A travel blog entry by keficrew

... on a blank canvas is simple. Just start! We all have our own thoughts and desires; our own story. That’s where we start. Who doesn’t like to share their own thoughts or ideas? Everyone can write by just putting down random thoughts without even thinking about the chaos on the paper. You can set a ...

Matala

A travel blog entry by clittle419

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... cliff face that were apparently free housing back in the 60's and 70's. On the other side are tavernas and cafés with some houses higher up. We went swimming and snorkeling, and ate an early lunch: Greek salad, lamb souvlaki, and a grilled mix seafood plate of octopus, prawns, and whole fish. We also ordered two dips/spreads that were similar with on rich with garlic and the other fish roe. (I cant remember their ...

To Matala, Myrtos, and Ag. Nikolaos

A travel blog entry by clittle419

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... port coming back. They'd be finished with dinner by the time we got back. A slower pace and hopefully enough time to explore the rest of the island. It was breathtaking and gorgeous, and like I said, you don't see that ever day. Ideally I'd be just island hopping all over the Aegean Sea with no time table whatsoever. This morning we're heading south across Crete back to ...

A Pile of Rocks and Iraklion

A travel blog entry by haysnoe

... dinner, complete with the ubiquitous Greek Salad, and the usual evening's accompaniment of the World Cup matches on the rolled-out flat-screen TV's. We retired to our hotel hoping to get a reasonably early start in the morning in order to catch the 1200 ferry to Rhodes, while also fitting in the museum visit. At about 0130 the next morning, though, we were awoken by many car horns blaring away outside. Going out onto our balcony we saw that the streets below were filled with cars, ...

 

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