Prince Of Lillies
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we had too bend double yo get into them. They were very similar to the burial cave that we have visited in both Greece and Turkey, with tombs cut into the rock. Some had large arches carved into the walls with shelves below them, and some had niches where votive would have been placed. As we climbed along the narrow ledges between the caves the ceilings became higher, some of the interiors had 70's ...
... resort of Tsoutsouros The harbour has three fishing boats, one speed boat and one nice cruiser moored in it. We took a walk along the promenade passing several tavernas where locals were enjoying a drink in the last of the sunshine.
There are plenty of cats in the harbour that are keeping Logan on his toes, they really do drive him mad!
We watch the coming and goings of the local men checking their boats before it goes dark, we suspect they only fish in them in 'the ...
... distance we can see some old stone buildings and in places the hillsides are terraced. Our path took us across to another bay before starting to climb up through the terraces. There aren't any way markers informing you how far to the next point if interest of even how long the path is, do after a couple of hours we decided we should turn back. On the way back we passed another couple with rucksacks and could hear a farmer calling to his animals, there ...
After playing games with Logan in the large car park we headed towards a remote hilly area north of Agios Nikolaos. When we parked for lunch a car pulled alongside us to see if we were lost, the driver was Canadian, he told us he had come to Crete to escape the snow and was surprised to see so much here. We told him we were just having a lunch stop. The whole of this area feels very bleak, it's like being on a remote moor, every so often there are little hamlets, ...
... playing in the snow', even Logan enjoyed a stop were we threw snow balls for him to fetch, he couldn't understand why they either disappeared or they broke when he picked them up. Back at sea level we looked at the large pile of snow on the roof, it's a wonder it didn't cause any damage. We had another walk and then knocked off as much snow as we could before parking in a nearby archeological site's car park for the ...