Zorbas Beach Village Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
Eat - going in, I decided I was going to eat Greek food in Greece, Spanish food in Spain and Italian food in Italy. Last night, I sat at in a highly rated restaurant Tamam, and turned to the server and asked, what do you recommend? He said his favorite...the rabbit. My response, "what is your second favorite?" He replied, "the baby goat." Immediately, I said I will take the rabbit! So dinner last night was rabbit. It took some serious ...
... breaking through from time to time. It is 70 degrees but a good wind coming in off the water making me cold at times. There are some stray dogs around but many many stray cats. They wander around, actually pretty well behaved, trying to make eye contact with anyone with food on their plate, knowing it is impossible to say no to that face. I gave in to the little guy in the picture as I was sitting here typing ...
... on the trail by 7:30. It was a long 6 hr and hot trek. But the experience was worth it. It was a good chance to see Crete's natural side. We were glad to have a cold beer, have a swim in the ocean, and shower in a village hotel room. The next day, we took a ferry to the next village. While we waited for the 6:30 bus back to Chania we walked to a beach and swam and slept. Pretty nice ! ...
... the only place which now offers a ferry to Ithaki. We think we've lost the way four or five times, especially when the road turns into a dirt track for a few kilometres... but, by some miracle, we suddenly see the village of Astakos a few hundred metres below us, nestling in a bay a couple of kilometres away. If our information is correct, the ferry should appear in just under half an hour. It takes almost that long to locate ...