Thalassa Beach Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Agia Marina
... oldest amphitheater in the world. Before all the ones we have seen so far! We also saw the minotaurs labyrinth. We never knew that the maze actually was the palace. It was a complicated layout! We then went up the mountain to see Zeus birthplace. It is a cave in the mountains. It represents his mother (rheas) womb apparently. The kids thought it was pretty cool. Evan also enjoyed learning about how Aphrodite was born (look it ...
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The Greek food is wonderful but Cretan food even more so. The yogurts at Breakfast were nice and having cucumbers feta olives and tomatoes at every meal is my dream. The tomatoes here are always sweet and tasty.---not sure what is up those US tomatoes that look great and lack flavor. They have ten different cheese and phyllo pies and superb cheeses like kephalotiri and ...
... the interesting parts and the stories. So it was nice to go there but not mind blowing. I think we're all a little jaded from the barrage of cultural sights we've experienced in the last week or so. Probably the best thing was hearing from Lena about day to day life on Crete. How married couples are given houses by their parents, what age they marry, pregnancy out of wedlock is a precious baby and many Cretian brides walk down the aisle in their white dress ...
... elementary school a wedding reception was borrowing the play ground for a party later in the evening; All throughout our meal the sound system was being checked by playing traditional Greek music. The dive home was much easier than the drive there as we new what to expect back down the long winding roads back to our hotel. After drinks by the pool we are know getting ready for bed. Tomorrow we will be on the 9:30 am ferry to ...
Last night we had some fun swimming in the pool - Kelly tried to teach chris to float without much success. Over our time on Crete we've met a bunch of people from the Netherlands. The owners of the hotel we're staying at are Dutch, so we think that might be why there are so many Dutch people here. So we've been talking to them about Dutch food and they keep encouraging us to order the croquettes at the hotel, which is a Dutch snack that ...