Cretan Malia Park
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... was built to lock the Minotaur in. Today there is just some stones and other pieces of rubble but from what I imagined I think the palace would be really impressive especially for something that was built 4000 years ago. Unfortunately a British archeologist, Arthur Evans, in the 1900's found it and tried to recreate the palace how he thought it should be. Modern archeologists now think he got it a lot wrong. At the villa we packed our bags because we are leaving ...
Today we had a long drive along the highway to Knossos, an archeological site. It was a Minoan palace which is nearly 4000 years old. It was home to a king who asked Apollo for a bull to sacrifice to honour Apollo. The bull was so beautiful though that the king sacrificed another one,which made Apollo angry. He then made the queen fall in love with the bull, which produced the Minotaur, a half human, half bull, which lived on human blood. A labyrinth was built to ...
Up and out for breakfast at Agora: potato and greens omelette, grilled mushrooms, fresh fruit and fresh orange juice. Great breakfast given we were worried we wouldn't find anything other than pastries. Walked to Laura Ashley to but blue and white tiles. Then home to finish packing. Minolas came just before 12 so chatted to ...
... print off and file a flight plan. Which was just as well, as they didn't like my first proposed direct route, and requested a longer route via various reporting points, we ended up there til 11pm, but Amir couldn't have been more enthusiastic or helpful.
If my first theory of the trip is the PEIL, (a FLA), then my second is a new TLA - GOS, the Genorisity Of Strangers.
The flying boats ...
... cafes etc but also some interesting sights. We saw St Titus Cathedral which is small but attractive and not as elsborate as some of the Orthodox churches we've seen - possibly because of its chequered history - it's been Roman Catholic and Muslim at times. Then we saw the Loggia, a 1628 Venetian building which was a club for the nobility but is now the Town Hall. We passed St Mark's Basilica, built in 1239, which was once the Cathedral ...