Cretan Malia Park

PO Box GR, Malia, Crete, 700 07, Greece | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Malia

Greece- Israel on sea

A travel blog entry by alim58

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... Music and singing and dancing accompanied all of this! Ended up sleeping most of the afternoon so now feeling ready for dinner and tonight's entertainment ( a celebration of France). Last nights show was songs from Italy.the shows are of a very high standard, singers are brilliant, dancing is very professional and costume as are fantastic. They go for just over an hour but they put a lot into that time. Lots of Andre Boccelli songs last night so ...

Crete

A travel blog entry by alim58

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... speaking tour so not much learnt about the locals on that trip! We swapped to an English bus at the next stop and now we have the history lesson sorted! We had time to wander through a couple of lovely wee villages along the way and as the sun was reluctant to shine today we were back wearing jackets! Lovely local crafts, linen cloths, scarfs etc. ...

Windy weather and earthquakes

A travel blog entry by jammin

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... favourite was the earthquake simulator where we got to experience earthquakes of various strengths. Absolutely terrifying. I do have a very funny story to tell about this particular event but it so politically incorrect that I won't publish it for fear of universal retribution. I shall tell a select few of you who share my twisted and dark sense of humour, on my ...

Here, there and everywhere, Part 2

A travel blog entry by jammin

So after the raki fuelled lunch, we headed off to the Historical Museum of Crete. I'll say it again, museums and galleries in this country are superb. This museum contains exhibits from Crete's Byzantine, Venetian and Turkish periods including plans, charts, maps, ceramics, photographs, thirteenth and fourteenth fresco fragments, coins, jewellery, ...

Here, there and everywhere

A travel blog entry by jammin

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... It's a restored traditional village with lovely old houses, vine covered tavernas and cafes with cats and dogs, all set around leafy squares with statues, remnants of marble pillars and huge terracotta pots filled with geraniums and herbs. Everywhere, in every garden, there are orange trees laden to the ground with fruit. It really is very beautiful and the weather, in the morning at least, was perfect, warm and bright blue skies. Oscar and ...

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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding