Top Hotel Chania
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... closed. We drove the length of the waterfront to the harbour and then turned around to drive back. The river which runs into the sea here is still in flood, there is a ford over it to get to the end of the village, there is also some walks signposted but we are not going to risk crossing it.
We drove back out of the village for a couple of miles and found a place to park up, as we arrived so did a herd of goats, they stood looking ...
... up to the fortress, passing the church which had a very ornate gateway with a clock and bell built in it. We explored the ruins and walked across the headland the views of both sides of the town were good from here and we could see the fresh snow on the mountain tops. It was very windy and the gusts buffeted us about. We walked back down and on to the sea front, the waves were pounding over the sea defences on to the road, we stopped to take some pictures, ...
... storm. We stopped outside, there were a couple if campers parked inside but only a small gate was open. Les walked in to investigate, the reception was closed up.He returned soaked, We sat and wondered wether to just open the other gate and drive in, just as Les got out again to see if there was anyone in the other campers, the owner arrived. He was happy for us to stay and would only charge 5 euros per night. Once we were parked I walked over to the on site cafe to use the wifi, the ...
... tester, he enjoyed the change from security duties. Once on the islet we crossed over to the other side the secret beach not visa bile from the mail land stretched as far as we could see. It's really is beautiful.
We paddled back to the main beach and made lunch, by now it's 2.30 ish and we decided we would stay another night.
By early evening the rain had returned, the forecast is warning of severe storms until Saturday. We're not looking forward to ...
... you can visit the ruins, we drove past the large stone seat (we don't know what or why it's here) to the site of the ruins. As we parked a man aged about 50 with a twinkle in his eye asked if we wanted the gate unlocking to take a look, we can see that there's not a lot here and it's raining so we tell him 'nothank you' We drove back to the beach area , passed row upon row of green houses where tomatoes were growing, in some ...