- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... look. As we parked an old man aged 86 came to greet us, he spoke very good English and seemed genuinely pleased to meet us. The cemetery was quite large, it was very noticeable that a good percentage of the graves were for 'Unknown Soldier' very sad. We still had a few hours to kill so we walked around Souda, a run down sort of place with a quay side factory that makes animal feed from grain, it gives off a strange smell, a toasted grainy alcoholic smell, it's ...
... desserts, a light baked custard between filo pastry. Even more 'stuffed' we paid the bill, collected Logan and walked some of the calories off. The lake is much fuller than when we were here last. The path around it us under water, so we had to stick to the track and road. Before we left to drive to Georgioupoli, a couple if English men stopped to chat, they lived in the next village. They both thought we were very ...
... the cafes. We explored the old town a bit more finding the Rimondi Fountain with it's spouting lions heads before heading to the front to find a restaurant for lunch our New Years treat. We chose a traditional Greek place. It had an extensive menu, at the recommendation of 'The Old Druid' we both had Kleftiki, sliced of lambs leg slowly cooked with vegetables and potatoes, it was delicious! Washed down with beers. The ...
... one if those that you never tire of looking at. Life is very easy here, we don't have to think about anything, where to stay, have we enough power in the batteries, where to get water from, on the other hand everywhere you drive to to visit you have to do a return journey.
Tomorrow we're back on the road, so we packed some things up ready to load back into Dream ...
... don't seem to have shepherds with them, so we presume that they don't have any predators here. The road was Tarmac, but in places there were shrubs growing out of it, large pot holes and a lot of rocks and that had either fallen in landslides or washed onto the road in the recent storms. We climbed up to 1200 metres before winding back down. Luckily on the narrower up hill we ...