Porto Kalamaki Hotel Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rock-cut tombs, ruins and an acropolis remain. A Roman aqueduct built in the age of Hadrian improved water supplies. Systematic archaeological excavations have been conducted at the site since ...
... a bar table with a Greek, a Russian, and a very troubled Kurdish attorney on the run from Syria . . . No punchline, just representative of our experience on Crete. Our pic of one of the churches in Chania shows the byzantine and Islamic influences that have shaped Greece. The church is now eastern orthodox, but the minaret from a former era still stands. Two nights we dined in a courtyard ...
... meal under that same moon. Today, after a couple pounds of yogurt and about an ounce of really strong greek coffee, we headed back along the coast by foot. Although the trail was pretty flat, it was sandy and cobbly making for some tricky footing. The views rival Kauai's Napali coast, with fewer hikers and more nude boaters. We made it to the remote place where Paul hid to escape the Romans and were surprised to ...
... Greek salad, potatoes, and skordalia [skor-da-YA] (the garlicky spread/dip I had the other day that I couldn't think of the name - made with bread or potatoes as its base, potatoes in this case). All delicious again. We finished just in time for me to for me to get my things together, and Johnny and Nick dropped me off at the airport for my evening flight to ...
... and after much indecision) we decided to just drive back to Chania and I'd bunk with Nick and Lisa in a spare bed in their room. This caused an impromptu dinner put on by Johnny's cousin Evanthia, and her husband Efthisi did the grilling. At least 2 dozen pork chops were grilled, lamb chops, pilafi, salad, and I can't even remember the rest. So much food. So good. And most of the family joined ...