Spilia Village Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... his wife Pasiphae to fall in love with the animal. The result of this union was the Minotaur (half man half bull) who lived in a labyrinth beneath the kings palace munching on youths and maidens. The site was discovered in 1878 by Minos Kalokairinos The excavations began in 1900 by english archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans and continued for 35 years . Archaelogists tend to disparage Evans reconstructio. The buildings (palace courtyards private apartments and baths) give a fine idea ...
... don’t think I took the last couple of km in much.
I got to Elafonisi about 4 so only had an hour to enjoy the beach there (stunning) before a bus back to Chania at 5. I thought about staying the night but because of my ankle decided against it. I wanted a bed and ice. Beautiful bus ride back. Next time though will hire a car, go straight to Elafonisi and spend the day enjoying it, and stop in the small mountain ...
... lost. It is kept really well.
Chania was the setting off point for me to hike the Samaria gorge. An early morning bus (6am) to the top of the gorge (Omalos) (about 1 hour) and then a long walk downhill through the gorge. The first part was a long zig zag down to the base of the gorge ( from about 1300 meters). Then it was a 15km through the gorge going slightly down hill all the way (the way ...
... novice with motorcycles, and today has been feet first into the fire. This morning was my first experience with extended highway riding, and this afternoon was filled with tight turns on narrow (1.5 cars wide) roads above steep, dramatic, breathtaking cliffs. My practice thus far has been limited to downtown Bellevue where a mistake could cost you embarrassment or some scrapes and bruises. Above the steep cliffs along Cretan gorges, a wide turn or loss of ...
... a monastery, and did have a bit of an olive oil tasting, but did not see olive mills, vineyards, or any wine/raki tasting, nor did we get to Rethymnon. It was unclear if it was a complete schedule change (from our request to change days), or due to the intense rain that we could not get to what was planned. The guide was very good, but lunch in a restaurant was a bit different from what we ...