Hotel Sunshine Matala
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Back to an educational day! Today we met our driver and our tour guide to head to Kronos place and head up to the birth place of Zeus. First to the palace. This is a Minoan palace that was 4000 years old. It was amazing to see the art, pottery that had been discovered. It was also impressive how peaceful (they had no warriors) of a people they were and also how advanced. They has piping and a septic system. We also got to sit ...
... at poolside. Finished a few books and even work chores at poolside. The pool at elounda gulf villas is an infinity pool that overlooks the gulf of mirrobello and has warm salt water and great view and even a jacuzzi within. Counting us there were five people in the pool and only a few at poolside. Suspect the hotel is emptier than usual although breakfast had a number of tables full of ...
... baby on the way. We stopped at a taverna by an amazing beach. The food was very average, the beer was good, the water looked several shades of turquoise & quite choppy, the sand was golden and Lance got a rusty nail through his foot. Luckily his tetanus is all up to date. The beach was located close to the islands airport. The planes were coming in to land what seemed like every couple of minutes. It was a lovely spot to cool off and watch the sea and ...
... plays with phone)
I'm on your side, buddy. But this is what you chose.
The wind on the road back to Heraklion was real and scary. Almost-knocked-over scary. Especially entering and exiting tunnels. It looked like a front was coming in. Maybe I'm wise to have made it out when I did.
The couple is still at it. About how they're not getting rental cars next time. How about credit cards. Give it a rest, guy.
There was a large crowd of people outside ...
... loved it. We stayed there for several hours, walking about and seeing the sights. There were lots of people lining up at the banks while we were there too. Queues of locals getting out cash from ATMs while the banks were closed. Lots of shops were asking for cash only purchases too. Not sure how this whole Greek/European Union thing is going to pan out, but I feel very sorry for the people who live here.
We left Chania in the ...