- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... on the beach, more swimmers came and went, I tried the toe test! It feels far too cold for swimming, just a paddle was enough! The beach cafes are open and the one closest to us has a group of Brits enjoying the sun and coffee. Eventually a few clouds bubbled up and we took our chairs iver to Dream Catcher and had lunch, , after we drove to the port at Souda to buy our ferry tickets. The 'Old Druid' had told us about the British war graves at Souda, we went to ...
... found it. The gates were open but there wasn't anyone there, however the water was on and the chemical toilet waste was accessible, so we used their facilities (thank you) and then left and parked at the end of the road for the night outside a closed taverna. It was just going dark, the nights seem to be drawing out now, and the evening sky was just lovely, bright pink against a lovely deep ...
... 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 ...
The day started with a walk along the beach, we stopped to speak to a lady who was chatting to a younger man. They were both British and were interested in our travels. We passed the tavernas of which a couple were open and at the end of the beach where the waves were reaching the top we cut through to the road. We headed back and then had coffee before setting out for Rethymno. We need to top up the Internet and we can only do that at ...
... fallen rocks. Most of the mountain roads don't have any barriers, I'm glad Les is on the edge of the road and I feel much safer in the middle. Everywhere there are nets out under the olive trees to catch the ones that fall off in the wind. The trees that overhang the roads have nets sometimes as much a 3or 4 feet into the road, held down with large rocks. Most nets are black and blend in to the landscape, but occasionally there will ...