Marino'S Beach Hotel Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Kids pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Marino'S Beach Hotel Apartments Rethymnon
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... a Minoan palace might have looked like . We visited the throne room , the women's quarters. After walking around the palace we stopped in Knossos for lunch. Tim and I picked the taverna nearest the bus and order Sardines and a Greek salad. The sardines were not the kind we find back home in a can. They were really big and had lots of bones . We were later joined by Diedre who we share our sale with and sampled her anchovies From Knossos we drove back into Chania and spent ...
... two restaurants gave us raki that could have been confused for vodka, this time the raki was smooth and almond flavored, perfect for sipping as we gazed out over the harbor hustle and bustle. After dinner we wandered through the streets and alleys within the old city wall. It is a great place to people watch and e architecture is beautiful. A note about restaurants. I realize that I may later want the names of restaurants we have enjoyed to recommend to others so ...
... fantastic seafood. At the end of the meal we were given free desserts and shots of vodka, an interesting way to end lunch! Kyle and I wandered the alleys a bit more before joining Ally and Blair back at e hotel for a rest. Tonight we plan on watching the sunset from the rooftop hot tub before heading to a restaurant in the city's old Turkish bath. We are already regretting only giving ourselves 3 days on this incredible ...
Moved a little further west – 60km- to Chania. Yet another Venetian port and another "old town". Once again a pretty old town with lots of narrow alleyways, cafes and tourist shops. But nice.
Went to visit the war museum one day but closed due to renovations. Then out to Souda Bay to have a look at the bay that General Freyberg thought he had to defend rather than the airport at Malame. And ...
... He didn't join her due to some bad hips.
Clad in the best hiking gear: backpack, poles, pants, shoes, hat. She said she's from the Czech Republic (lot of Czechs around: I met a very nice Czech couple at dinner last night). She guessed I was American: "Yeah, you can probably tell because I'm stupid, hiking Mt Ida with no supplies and in boat shoes" She laughed. "Maybe not stupid. More like very brave." Gosh she was cute.