Sissi Bay Villas

Sissi, Crete, 724 00, Greece | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in Sissi, is near Agia Irini Gorge.
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Travel Blogs from Sissi

Arriving Crete

A travel blog entry by bmtravel on Aug 29, 2014

Aegean Airlines flight to Heraklion late leaving but made up a bit of time. Collected our hire car then drove to Rethymnon - about 90 mins. Room 111 at Rimondi Boutique Hotel was on the top floor, lots of stairs to access but spacious & private. Met up with David & Sue about 3:30 & had a few drinks, watched their Seabourn ship depart then we walked around the old town a little before having a nice seafood dinner at one of the many cafes lining the old Venetian ...

Knossos

A travel blog entry by buschlog on Aug 08, 2014

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... bright colors.....and we walked on the oldest paved road in Europe. Back in town we visited the historical museum. Judging from the glazed look in Dave's eyes and his zombie walk, we need to move on to another part of Crete. And yes, food is fantastic....I have a grilled octopus tentacle with vinegar in ...

Heraklion, Crete

A travel blog entry by buschlog on Aug 07, 2014

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... repeatedly returning to rooftop bars and restaurants with their splendid views over the Mediterranean. After sleeping in to deal with the time change, we did a long walk today around the old city following the fortifications from the Middle Ages when the Venetians were in control. All sorts of old and new developments along the parapets, including the grave ...

Santorini

A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Jul 31, 2014

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... in second place with the Aussies winning. You now all know someone famous, he received comments and praise the rest of the day for his efforts. We dock at Santorini inside the crater of a live volcano around 3, jump on a bus and head up the cliff and head over to the other side of the island for a look around and a refreshing drink whilst looking out over the ocean. After a few hours we jump back on the bus and get dropped off about 300m above the port. ...

Pote tin Kyriaki

A travel blog entry by aurisch on Jul 20, 2014

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... sacrificed a lesser bull and kept the sacred bull for his breeding stables. The Gods couldn't allow Minos to think he could deceive them so his punishment was for his first son to be born a minotaur, half man, half bull. Now you know where the Mino in Minotaur comes from. Minos had the Labyrinth built to house his son to keep him away from the people.
Sir Arthur Evans was the lead archaeologist leading the restoration through ...

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