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... half-bull monster who was imprisoned by King Minos in Knossos’ labyrinth.
From here we went a little further inland to a quiet little village known for its wine called Archanes, where we walked the old streets, visited its small archaeological museum and had lunch at one of the tavernas in the town square. Here we got our first taste of the local wine retsina, and the Cretan hospitality of offering a glass of raki and dessert after most meals! Who can say no to free booze ...
... who had warships in the harbor and were bombing the island. Venizelos was the politician responsible for making Crete a part of Greece in 1913. There were beautiful views of the town from this hilltop. There is a small church there which was rebuilt with funds from Csar Nicholas the II.
We then went to the town center to the market which was opened ...
... this fell into ruins and was removed, leaving the defensive
structures and major historical buildings. These buildings are in various stages
of restoration. The hill has a fine view over the town and harbour. After
exploring the area, we went down the far side of the hill to a taverna with a
fine view over ...
... A tour group was
just leaving, so we soon starting our tasting beginning with three white wines,
followed by three red wines. All were impressive but we all specially liked the
dessert wine, made from the rounlis grape. The vineyard is run with minimal use of heavy ...
... The endangered Cretan wild goat, or kri-kri, is found in the park, and we saw several of them. There are signs telling people not to feed the goats, some of which hung round hopefully, looking very cute.
We finished the walk much more quickly than expected, even with numerous photo stops and pauses to admire the scenery. We found the meeting point in the village by the coast, and Dave and Tamara chilled out while Niall decided to climb a nearby hill to a ...