Tylissos Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... harbor area. We take a walk around the lake, which looks as if it empties into the Ionian Sea. Not sure- but I just can't get over the blue water. So blue and refreshing and hiding nothing. The fish, so many, many fish.
The shopping here in town is rather luxurious to say the least. Way, WAY too rich for our meager pocketbook. I can’t tell you how many fur stores I saw – it has to be 90 ...
Today the plan was to drive down to Ierapetra and get the boat over to Chrisi Island, the southern most part of Europe before Africa. We arrived in town, bought our tickets for 10 Euro each and found a place to have brekky before departure. However as departure time arrived we were informed that our boat had been cancelled due to rough seas. Even though the last boat to leave has half the size, Greek logic. So we got a refund rather ...
Hiring a car overseas, driving on wrong side of road, wife driving, husband navigating, now that sounds like a true marriage tester! So today we picked up a Suzuki Jimmy 1.3ltr left hand drive manual. Well we actually picked up 2, the 1st one had the driver's auto window that died before we drove out of the yard, so we swapped for another one, not red to Mel's dismay. ...
Caught shuttle down to town for brekky, Ali had a 6 euro cooked brekky with tea and juice, Mel had a strawberry crepe. In the arvo we caught up on some washing and lazed around the pool before another shuttle into town. Watched another Aston Villa disaster at an Irish pub. ...
... A port town with lots of cheap restaurants, clothes shops and plenty of car rental options. Which we are thinking we'll take advantage of as it seems the best way to see the island, given its a 3hr drive to the other end. Mel found a great place for chocolate and banana crepes and even later had a local mythos beer with Ali. As ...