Prince Of Lillies
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... of thousands of years old coins. Investment banker is my guess. Iraklion is a dirty busy little port city. But don't let her looks fool you. There's lots to do, see and appreciate. It's been around since the Neolithic age, some 10,000 years. A layer cake of time and surprise. We enjoy a stone-oven baked pizza watching the traffic and people. Motor bikes blur by, seldom a helmet but often a passenger on board. Buses jammed with people. Lives ...
... than expected: we would be in a new location for the next 7 days of the trip. Mykonos was our next stop, an island full of large granite boulders, white buildings, a maze of cobblestone streets (supposedly to confuse pirates way back when), and beautiful beaches. Rob went along with Dave and Lisa to see the nearby island of Delos, where some of the oldest ruins in the Mediterranean exist. Blake and I had one goal in mind: beach all day. Once we finally, lazily, made our ...
... 7-51 ~ 11-7-41) is most famous for structures and artifacts found there and elsewhere through the eastern Mediterranean. He funded the excavations!
Back to the ship for lunch then we went ashore, with Jenny, who hadn't done the tour due to having a sore back, but a massage helped greatly. We took time to have a coffee at a café to use free WiFi on the bank of the beautiful Lake Voulismeni in the centre of ...
... in Heraklion. The number of talking heads on TV screens I've seen has steadily increased during my time here (almost every TV is tuned into news stations). I guess things are escalating?
I wonder what Gabriela is doing right now.
July 2, 7:01 PM -- My room, Agia Anna, Naxos
I'm back in my room on Naxos safe and sound.
Santorini was ok. To be honest I was too drained to enjoy it fully. Maybe dramatic cliffs with whitewashed houses ...
... 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 ...