Corinna Mare Studios & Suites
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... here defines these hard asses its the memorial at the ruins. There's a crypt with a bullet proof, see-through window. It contains many skulls. All the skulls are bullet ridden. They are the remains of the brave Cretan fisherman that moved Kiwi soldiers off to safety when the Germans and Italians took Crete in 1941 (?). They were all executed. These people are as stubborn, fearless and as feisty as the goats they eat. PS. They call it goat not lamb on the ...
... fact, a 3-meter wingless chicken. By this point, I can't breath.
Next we go to a tavern set up as high in the foothills, as you can go. Through winding switch backs we head higher and higher as Pantelis tells us we have to go to the tavern to get the key for the church. And of course, we will have to have food. Kathy (I think is in need of a hearing test) thinks we are somehow getting food to bring to the church as some ...
... and delightful maze of alleys and side streets. The area is a mix of Byzantine, Greek, Venetian and Turkish architecture. Tomorrow is a sea day. So we are just going to be lazy. The only thing we have to do tomorrow is meet face to face with Israeli immigration officials. We have an appointment with them in the morning. Those officials came on board in Barcelona. The following day we will be in Israel. It will be Happy Hour ...
On Katherine's to do list from her 1976 trip to Europe after university was the hike down the Samaria Gorge. At 16 km, it is the longest gorge in Europe. It was a bridge too far then but not this time, 40 years later. This time we were staying in Hania which is the closest city to the Gorge. We booked a round trip bus from our hotel. Although the pickup time was earlier than a regular bus we were guaranteed ...
... when we could see it in colour. We spent several hours there lazing around on the sand and in the crystal clear warm water. We had lunch at Almyriki restaurant overlooking the bay at Stavros. We ended up back at Chrisostomos Restaurant again for a different but good dinner.
Day 4 was a combined site seeing, final stroll through Chania and a drive back to Heraklion. We visited the Archaeological Museum which is quite small but well ...