Hotel Petras Beach

Address: Karamanli Ave., Siteia, Lassithi Prefecture, Crete, 72300, Greece | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on Karamanli Ave., Siteia, is near Archaeological Museum of Sitia.
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    Farewell to Crete

    A travel blog entry by hanlonsmith on Aug 03, 2015

    1 comment

    ... drove to Makryolagios, which I have to say is one of the most attractive beaches we've seen here. Gorgeous waters, sand, sand and more sand and lots of places to eat and drink. The perfect place to wind down before we return to Elounda and pack. Three weeks has raced by but we have loved our time away and also relished the opportunity to spend three weeks in each other's company and (Friday aside) only each other's. We also hear the UK (South) weather has perked ...

    Yassoo Olympos, Yassas Pighadia.

    A travel blog entry by hanlonsmith on Jul 28, 2015

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    ... attractive and as an evening harbour town is lovely. We had a relaxing couple of hours by the hotel pool and then stroll around the evening shops and restaurants before settling on a fantastic find (packed), in a great location and with all the important great food - we will be rolling home. After a late night drink on a rather precarious balcony, this morning we watched the sunrise (well Craig did) over ...

    Spinalonga & on

    A travel blog entry by hanlonsmith on Jul 20, 2015

    ... of the human spirit with evidence of housing, hospitals and schools as those exiled made the most of their time on Spinalonga and lived as normal lives as they could. It is also the only part of Greece that remained unoccupied by the Nazi's as they were too afraid of contracting lepresey. This is a story proudly told by locals particularly now, as there is a growing sense of German resentment as ...

    Arrival

    A travel blog entry by hanlonsmith on Jul 16, 2015

    ... won her over, for the time being. Our 10k walking today took in Elounda where we shopped of car hire, being won over not necessarily by the best deal but by the Greek man who had notched up the charm a few points. We are pleased to report an absence of empty supermarkets and dying cancer sufferers without medication rotting in the streets as reported in the British press of late, and we didn't observe any British people leaving the airport who were being wrestled to ...

    Day 168

    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Jan 16, 2015

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    ... a great job in exfoliating the soles of my feet. Logan enjoyed having the ball thrown for him. When we returned, one of our neighbours had packed up and moved on, they had a large camper with a slide out panel on the side, both of the other campers parked here have a moped, which they use for going into town. we had lunch and then drove to the supermarket for a couple of supplies. There are ...