SENTIDO Mikri Poli Crete Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
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We arrived in Crete, quite early in the morning. I tried to sleep in, but the gentle rolling of the ship was enough to wake me. Looking out our window, We saw the port (even though we are on the starboard – or "right" side of the ship).
HOT. HUMID. Dark clouds collecting off in the distance seem menacing as they ever so slowly drift across the black and blue sky picking up moisture along the way. We have ...
... for the 1pm given the thought of Mel getting sea sick. So we changed our plans and decided to head to the town of Sitia in search of a swimming beach. Mel drove and Ali navigated again. Again we encountered some windy roads but not as bad as yesterday. Sitia is located on the north side of the island down the eastern end. It's a nice little sea side town with a sheltered beach made of pebbles as is the norm for beaches here. We ...
To the kids enjoyment we decided to spend the day at the beach swimming in the Mediterranean. They initially thought we would only spend an hour or two at the beach but that turned into 6 hours! Look for the picture of me avoiding the sun compared to those around ...
... will show an old village which is on an island. It used to be a leper colony. It is situate in the middle of the bay. We went into the village of plaka for dinner and sat in the town square. The interesting part was the restaurant was on the other side of the main road so the waitresses had to cross the road to get the ...
... got quite a few from just sitting near him! The flight to Crete was scheduled for 1pm but didn't leave until about 2pm due to a windshield issue. We arrived in Heraklion, Crete around 3pm, got our rental car, and drove to Aigos Nikolaos. This is the town where Debbie Sue's sister, Maria, lives with her entire family.
The hotel we are staying at is not in Ag. Nikolaos but in Elounda, a nearby town with many resorts. We stayed at this ...