Paradise Island Villas
Travel Blogs from Hersonissos
... The restaurant isn’t going anywhere, so if you’re hungry you can always order more (we’d thrown out our fair share of food on this trip already). Plus – there is always “on the house” fruit or dessert items when you ask for the bill.
3) If no one is trying to force you to eat there, it means they know their food is good and that they’ll get customers without the high pressure sales ...
... a town on the edge of Thira. We chose to ride the donkeys up the steep hill, many squeals and laughs later we made it to the top to watch the sunset. A huge day but great way to see this strange volcanic island. After a few days lazing by the pool in Santorini we finally boarded another typically late (3hours) ferry to the island of Crete. A fast taxi ride half an hour out of the main terminal we arrived just after midnight at ...
... now starving as lunchtime had come and gone. Lunch itself could hardly be called food. I think we managed to stomach 25% of it, plus it was bread surprise for Jen. Bread in the Greek salad, bread on the “pork” (aka fat with a tiny amount of meat), utensils served on bread. Good lord. And that treat cost 21 Euro! We’d been had again. For dinner (much earlier than expected considering we barely touched lunch), we hit up a spot recommended in ...
Tried the Raki...came short of splurting it out! You know the feeling...reading later 80%!!! Made from grape skin & twigs left over from stomping...new meaning of Dregs!
PS now about the Museum: With the help o their large storage urns, began the Trade routes thus standardising weights & measures. With their creative attributes they developed stamps which could be found imprinted on the handles. Most of the exhibits in the ...
... got through security in record time. The only thing slowing us down was Jen’s tablet Pepto-Bismol container. They sent it through the scanner 3 times before finally asking what it was. Not sure the people behind us were impressed! Heraklion (Crete) here we come!
A very quick 50 minute flight brought us to Crete. Uneventful there, except that Brad’s seat was stuck in the reclined position. At least the seatbelt ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking