Hersonissos Maris Hotel and Suites
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2 bolshy, independent, young Scottish women, a desire to escape the rat-race we were falling into, a joint passion for Greece, high expectations, no concrete plan in mind and an "it'll be alright on the night/each day as it comes" attitude was probably destined to be a recipe for disaster from the start! It started at the end of May when I was …
... the city with my family.
... had teeth yet! It was hard to pick out the bones at first, but it was actually delicious. Emma was pretty freaked out by it. It was a disappointing meal for everybody else though. Next, we explored the rest of the ferry. The pool and disco were closed, and the top deck was very cold and windy. We decided to go to bed early for the night since we would be leaving very early the next morning. I reorganized my suitcase while the other two showered. I slept ...
... in all of Greece -see, see still alive". Which it was and huge, at least a metre tip to tip.
As with the Greek lifestyle, took a siesta midafternoon to recharge for Greek night on the top deck.
Greek night on the top deck was great fun, course after course of traditional food including grilled octopus (the most tender I have ever eaten). A group of local dancers then came onboard to entertain us and teach us some steps. Great fun and great eye candy.
Heraklion, the largest city of Crete, was built in 824 and its original name was Chandax. The current name of the city comes from the homonymous Minoan settlement that existed there in ancient times. Heraklion is a very attractive destination nowadays. Two museums, the Archaeological Museum and the Historical Museum of Crete are worth visiting. In addition the archaeological site of Knossos is located very close to town, being one of the ...
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