St. Constantin Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to scores of hippies flocking here in the late 60's to take up rent free residence in the caves used for burials in Roman times.
We parked at the beach, there were a couple of other tourist cars parked, but no sign of the hippies, we were expecting groups of wrinkled faces with grey ponytails to be here!
The entry fee of 2 € paid we started to explore, the first caves were not very ...
We pottered about in the morning getting ready to leave. Logan had his walk on the beach and then we went to reception to pay. There wasn't any sign of life there or upstairs where the owners live. We know they are busy collecting their olives, Les walked to the restaurant to see if anyone was there. He was gone quite a while and came back with a plate of local pancake filled with feta cheese. The owners mother in law was cooking feeding the olive pickers and sent some for us to ...
... distance we can see some old stone buildings and in places the hillsides are terraced. Our path took us across to another bay before starting to climb up through the terraces. There aren't any way markers informing you how far to the next point if interest of even how long the path is, do after a couple of hours we decided we should turn back. On the way back we passed another couple with rucksacks and could hear a farmer calling to his animals, there ...
... edge of where we were driving. From this village we chose to take a track up a canyon rather than the road, it's been a while since we were off roading. The canyon had some really interesting weather worn sand stone formations on the road side and a massive drop on the other side. We stopped hslf way up to take some photographs. At the top we found a fairly big road which took us down to Elounda from where there are fine mountain views. The main resort is ...
... Vulture centre, to the plateau. It was just as the guide book said only the great expanse is covered in two feet of snow, in places there are drifts that are four feet deep. As we drove around the 20 villages on the plateau the villagers were digging out vehicles that were completely submerged in the snow, the only way you could tell that they were there was by the strange dome shape the snow had made on them ...