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When we woke up this morning, neither of us could move without complaint. Calves, knees, thighs, and even abs had taken a toll from the day before. Yowza! Man, are we out of shape. I wonder how some of those other people faired??
We started off the morning by stumbling down to the port for a tour through the Maritime Museum. As we were coming down the stairs, holding onto the railing for dear life, an older couple started coming up ...
... blue water. It was an amazing view, sitting on the cliffs we watched a local catching octopus with a snorkel and his hands...it all felt very Greek! And very different to the other islands we had visited. We'll be sad to leave Greece, but very happy we came and visited a place we hadn't planned! (A holiday within a holiday) Tomorrow we say goodbye to Lucy and Tori who have been a great laugh and company over the past week. Next stop ...
... to do this dive. I talked with him about his camera to keep my mind off of the boat rising and falling 5 feet every few seconds. Once I explained I wasn’t feeling well, he explained the sardines need to eat too and rarely do they get to enjoy peanut butter! The visuals didn’t help and I suspect that was his intention after finding out he had been diving since 1965. He said he has never been seasick, but has been diving with plenty of people who ...
... century BC! The potteries are for you Mum..they used some sort of wheel to turn their clay. The large urn is the same height as Brian it was turned in three to four pieces.....someone must have been the turner & someone else the potter surely? Must have been a combination of coils & turning. Later potteries were seen to be painted then the dark paint was etched. You may make out the little blue pottery....time after trade with exports & imports.
... frescoes discovered are housed in the Heraklion Museum and re-productions present @ Knossos. Eva showed us the oldest paved road in all of Europe, that also lead to the oldest theatre in Europe – with box seating for Royalty even! It was a very interesting site and we were glad to have shown up when we did – at sunset. The site was fairly empty at this time of the day, and the heat of the day was long behind us. The ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed