Plakias Bay Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We, the other three, decide we should drive to a "nearby" beach. It's about 5 klms away so off we go. Before you know it I'm confidently driving down a one way. The wrong way. Minor problem. We're on our way. Paul has the map in the back. Lisa is asking if he can see such and such street. Paul says "Do you see anything that starts with a K". The street signs are in Latin and Ćirilic when they're there. We get lost and found and lost again. Leaving ...
This morning we woke up in Chania, Crete. We had been to Crete some years ago but were on the other side of the island. It was OK then but it was nothing to rave about. Today's experience was completely different. I doubt there is a more charming and beautiful place on earth. Chania overlooks the Aegean Sea against a stunning mountain backdrop. We had no tour planned for the day. So we just walked around and got lost in the ...
... of Rome after dinner the first evening. Since he lost a day in Rome, we wanted to be sure he got to see a little bit of everything, at least from the outside. We strolled past Trevi Fountain, threw in a few coins, sat on the steps of the Pantheon and listened to a crazy violin soloist. We bought a few Italian beers and walked up the 125 steps near the Victor Emmanuel Monument to what Blake and I thought was one of the best views in the city. Rob got to see the Colosseum all ...
Weather: glorious. Slip, slop, slap.
6.30am arrived at the Island of Crete where we disembarked at Ag. Nikolaos (means Saint Nicholas) where Olive Oil products are paramount. The Cretan diet is known as one of the healthiest diets in the world (1/3 largest).
We did a tour of the Palace of Knossos where the Monoan Civilization thrived in the Bronze age (roughly 3,000 BC) within the Aegean. The palace was ...
... helped to make it an enjoyable stay :) Taking a trip to Rethymnon was enjoyable and has a traditional feel to it while still having plenty of modern shops and nightlife surrounding a lovely port area. I enjoyed a wee train tour around the city which was enducational. Would probably not return to Bali as it was very quiet, however I would like to experience Rethymnon again at some point. Nice to experience the west of crete and overall appears to be a very liveable ...