- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... coast and up to the city square, where a few more things had opened.
Lunch was pig on a stick for N, a bit like a kebab. I had a Greek version of poutine. Stinky cheese on fried potato slices. We chatted to a German couple next to us who had been visiting Crete for many years. The fella's mum was born and brought up in Crete, she moved to Paris, then to England where he was born, and they moved to Germany where he had been ever since. They were a very ...
... beach chairs and a small restaurant) but we bypassed all of that to get a little bit of the beach to ourselves. Careful to not go too far down where it looked like there were a couple of sun worshipers with no bathing suits, we found a place to lay down our towels. The black beach was created by lava from the volcano, so were the tall cliffs, sheared so as to see the layers of sediment pre-volcano and post, finishing with a light, almost creme color ...
... everything that you would imagine the Greek islands to be. It is quintessential Greece. Our hotel like most of the hotels on the island, was perched on a cliff and overlooked the Mediterranean.
They served us breakfast outside right on the edge of the cliff with spectacular views! We loved our morning breakfasts overlooking the sea and our evening glass of ...
... of them tries hard to entice you in for food or a drink. After catching the bus back to Fira, we had lunch, did a little shopping and watched the Louis Olympia enter port. This was of particular interest as we will be on this ship in 8 days time. After dinner at one of the restaurants, we made our way back home with the sun beginning to set. When the Louis Olympia left at 9pm the sunset was the best we have seen so far and the last glow didn't fade until after ...
... is mandatory and you must wait until there are at least 4 cars in a line with a quickly approaching on coming car or better still a truck before trying to pass them all. Then you have to get really irate because every other road user is there just trying to inconvenience you. I think their economy is in better shape than the Greek populations driving skills. Enough of my ranting back to blogging. Each of the monasteries have quite a number of steps to gain access to them. These wind ...