Milia Mountain Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today is our day at sea spending it leisurely reading, walking a couple of laps around the ship, having lunch and enjoying the ambience of being on our balcony. The boys bought a bottle of 16 yr old Scotch on board ship at a very good price so that will be the start of their happy hour ...
We docked in Souda Bay at 7am. Chania overlooks the Aegean Sea, surrounded by mountains with history that dates back to the Stone Age. Byzantine, Venetian and Turkish architectural, and an array of shops, cafe's, lots of leather bag and leather sandals shops. We caught the local bus into Chania from the port, 3€ return. Bus stopped at the Municipal Market so we wandered around ...
... food was lovely and all local and freshly made. I had a mushroom pie, with local mushrooms and cream cheese made by the village shepherds. It was delicious. The owner of the restaurant told us that in 1942 this village was used to hide British and New Zealand soldiers from the Germans. They hid in the local caves. Any villagers found helping them were ...
... of swimming we went back to the soft sand. Jacob buried my legs and gave me a mermaid tail made of sand. The boat journey back to port was about an hour. We sat out on the top deck and ate ice creams. On the way back to the villa we took a detour into Chania, a big city, to find a restaurant. The old town had really, really narrow streets and lots of dead ends. Mum did not like driving there! We found a nice restaurant on the harbour front and had a good ...
Today we woke up insanely early to catch the shuttle bus to the airport, where we then flew on to Crete. When we landed we collected the hire car and drove to the villa. The keys were meant to be hidden inside a plant pot to the far left of the front door. But we searched in all the plant pots and all the obvious places. In the end we had to drive back into town to phone the owner and ask her. She said to meet her at the house and she would show us the keys. ...