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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... 90% humidity, and the fur stores are a plenty…and EMPTY! The jewelry stores are inviting, but we resist. We went into one store – a woodcrafter. The craftsman was in the back working on yet another beautiful piece. He took simple olive wood and turned them into works of art. We found a bowl we liked, not expensive, but thought of lugging it; then we thought of cutting back – so we said no. He did ...
... small number from under our umbrellas. So it took a phone call and some more searching before we arrived at the Air bnb. Laura greeted and escorted us up several flights of stairs to our well hidden apartment. Well actually it was Laura's and we had access to a room within. Well room would be a stretch actually. Holly **** it's small. Room only. It was the width of a double bed with a ladder to a small landing with ...
... Ali driving and her walking was a better option. This lasted about 100m before she rejoined the car for the rest of the trip to the freeway. We decided with the weather we would head back and have a lazy arvo at the resort. After recharging the batteries we headed out for dinner into old Hersonissos. Here we found a cute little street with old Greek style tavernas and cafes. We stopped at a trip advisor recommended one called "Zachos". The service and food was great. Ali ...
... lightening. This made for a damp interesting drive back to the resort with the thunder making Mel jump a few times. It took us just on 2 hours to make it back to Hersonissos where we had an early dinner. Ali had a Greek dish called Stifado which is slow cooked beef with onions in a tomato sauce. This was served in a crusty bread roll. Mel had spag bog. By now the weather had set in so we retired to our resort to chill out and watch a ...
... right hand and Ali's groans as she got close to the edge of the road, or a parked car. (Still married) We descended the plateau to the town of Nikolaos. A very nice little port town where day tours head off to Spinalonga the Greek equivalent of Alcatraz. We had a good look around the various shops and sat and had a drink and a rather large garlic bread, more like a ...