Zorbas Beach Village Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Getting there is half the fun? On Crete we are using public transportation: local and regional buses and ferries. Sometimes things go awry, like yesterday when we asked our bus driver if we were at our stop to transfer to our next bus and he just shook his head no. Well the word yes in greek does sound like our english no, but in this case we ended up in Chania 2 days before planned. Fortunately, we found another ...
... Greek salad, potatoes, and skordalia [skor-da-YA] (the garlicky spread/dip I had the other day that I couldn't think of the name - made with bread or potatoes as its base, potatoes in this case). All delicious again. We finished just in time for me to for me to get my things together, and Johnny and Nick dropped me off at the airport for my evening flight to ...
... of this is behind this building of six apartments they own. They rent some out to the US military for those stationed at the nearby Navy base and keep the rest for when they visit from Athens. A beautiful view of Souda Bay. And very nice outdoor grill and shelter type thing to do exactly what we did. Another meal that started past 10, and didn't conclude until after 1. I'm exhausted but had a great ...
... didn't work out. The ferry took us past a couple of the stopping off at a beautiful one in a crescent shaped bay with all the white washed buildings lining the beach. We got off at the second village stop where we boarded a bus back to Chania. But to get back into the mountains and off the coast we went through more switchbacks. I think I've been on more now than everywhere else ...
... surfers out in the deeper water flashing by and sometimes catching air off small waves and getting as much as 20 feet in the air). To the far right is a wide bay hat was a bit more protected and thus with water that was a little warmer than the first that was open to the sea. The real magic, though, happened when we waded through the bay to a spit of an island just beyond (about a 100-meter wade in calf-deep water). After walking another 300 ...