Kirini Suites & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
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... we made our way into the tunnel that the athletes used to enter the field and we got another one of those really neat, kind of eerie feelings of being in the actual place where such historic things have happened. Another really cool thing that the stadium had was a display of the Olympic torches that have been used in almost all of the Olympics held in the last hundred years or so. It was amazing to see all of the torches and remember watching the ceremonies as a kid for ...
... to me. After a focused debate from the family, I was persuaded to just use the cable car. It was provided for free and smelled much nicer. One of these days I'll get my chance on a pack mule though! We immediately left the first village of Fira for Oia. When people think of Greece's blue topped roofs they are thinking of Oia. And the village didn't disappoint! The views from the village were amazing! It was quite a site to see ...
... 8230;no toilet paper in the toilet (which applies to the entire island actually) and don’t take the towels out of the apartment. She pointed towards the kitchen sink and said that we could drink the water.
We were desperate for a few items to be washed by now so I did a bit of laundry in the kitchen sink.
After showering (we’d gotten so hot trying to find the apartment), we climbed the only about 20 but ...
... at the ancient excavation site. Seems to me that a lot of Turks must have been at that ancient site making designs then. Didn't tell him that.
We love cats and we have run into a bunch but not as many as I would have expected being that they consider cats one of their good luck animals. We kept coming across dogs though sprawled across doorways and in the walkways. They always looked as if they were dead and I ...
We had 2 ports of call today. First we arrived early morning in Heraklion, on Crete. We walked into the town, passing some arches, and wondering what they were. Further along we read about them - they were the old Venetian port where ships were built in these tunnels, so we went back to take a photo. Walking through the narrow streets of the town we found that only a few cafes and tourist shops were open as it was only 9.00am. We looked ...