Spilia Village Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... day we get stuck with a flat to deal with before we drive to hora sfakion pronounced -***** ass fackeon- The kindness of strangers and a good rental company get us on our way. It's pouring. The roads are a bit slick so we follow the traffic to Virese, or virus if you like. Foreign language names are hard to remember so Paul calls it virus. Virus is the turning point for our next stop. Winding up and through the olive and bouldered countryside we cross ...
... are looking at and decided to ask a couple we saw walking with a guidebook if they spoke English. The reply was “Of course, we are from England!” He then told us we were at Aptera. It has been a very strategic location due to the deep natural port it overlooks. Kathy decided to attempt yet another selfie and it was indeed epic.
So, on our way out, we found the map, the name and the information regarding this ...
... and delightful maze of alleys and side streets. The area is a mix of Byzantine, Greek, Venetian and Turkish architecture. Tomorrow is a sea day. So we are just going to be lazy. The only thing we have to do tomorrow is meet face to face with Israeli immigration officials. We have an appointment with them in the morning. Those officials came on board in Barcelona. The following day we will be in Israel. It will be Happy Hour ...
... down to the beach. Bob made it all the way in but I decided to just dip my feet in as it just seemed like too much work to struggle into my suit while wrapped in a towel. Oh, and the beach was rocky. Our ferry to the tiny town of Sougia didn't board until 6 pm and didn't actually leave until about 7 pm. On the boat we chatted to several members of an Irish hiking club who had also walked down the gorge. ...
... when we could see it in colour. We spent several hours there lazing around on the sand and in the crystal clear warm water. We had lunch at Almyriki restaurant overlooking the bay at Stavros. We ended up back at Chrisostomos Restaurant again for a different but good dinner.
Day 4 was a combined site seeing, final stroll through Chania and a drive back to Heraklion. We visited the Archaeological Museum which is quite small but well ...