TripAdvisor Reviews Lito Beach Crete
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... looks like rocks to us and its time to eat, so a nice sidewalk cafe beckons and we gladly sit for a bite before we trudge the 47 miles back to the hotel. Its time for a good sleep, but not before we stroll through Monastiraki square and Maggie get hijacked by a couple of Jamaicans trying to sell her something. Flashbacks from Montego Bay and Ocho Rios are running wild and we wonder if it is all a bad dream.
... day of floating in the ultra salty waters and lounging by the pool, we set off to Bethany on the Jordan, the spot where Jesus was supposedly baptized. Of course we were joined by a group of young American missionaries - they are so easy to spot - and as they dove into the algae infested waters, we waved to the tourists on the Israeli side. It was as close - 3 metres - as we would come to Israel. Close enough to see the flag unfurled, and to see the expression ...
... it all come together after all the wonderful ancient sites we had seen over the past few weeks. The museum itself had been the beautiful home of Mr Benaki and his family and to me, the home was as wonderful as the artifacts inside. Dan and I particularly enjoyed seeing all the old clothing that has been incredibly preserved. We enjoyed a wonderful lunch at the roof top garden before heading back to the Electra Palace Hotel. When we had been in Athens a ...
The last city we stayed in was Athens. I was excited to stay because I had hear many things about the city and I wanted to see for myself. In our last few days we had a lot of ground to cover but we fit it all in. On our first day we woke up bright and early to meet a professor at R-MC, Dr. Camp. He heads up agora excavation in Athens which have been in process since the 1930's. We were very fortunate to get a personal tour through the ...
... familiar, then gradually pull away to reveal where it all began. It makes so much more sense to me. It may be more reductionist, but it is less causal … and it contextualizes things well. The thing I found most amusing in the museum was that people were not allowed to stand behind the statue, as if their head was the missing head. Even if they were three feet away from the statue, they would be told not to take photos behind. Very odd.
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Ag. Ioannis Street, Stalís | 4 star hotelfrom $113
Adellanos Cambos, Adelianos Kambos | 5 star hotelfrom $206
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Elounda Lasithiou, Elounda | 5 star hotelfrom $398
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Akti Koundourou , Agios Nikolaos | 5 star hotelfrom $92
PO Box GR, Malia | 4 star hotelfrom $199
Pigianos Campos, Platanés | 5 star hotelfrom $316
Aghia Marina Beach, Agia Marina | 4 star hotelfrom $118
2 Ygias Str, Heraklion | 4 star hotelfrom $128
75 Dimokratias Avenue, Heraklion | 5 star hotelfrom $122
M. Portaliou 26, Rethymnon | 4 star hotelfrom $119
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