Sunny Bay Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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... to flourish in the Roman period, when the center shifted to its erstwhile port, Kissamos, and in this urbanistic configuration lasted into Byzantine times. A small town now occupies the ...
... was pleasant, there were no taxis or buses at midday. Fortunately, Dave encountered a trail runner, a Californian naturally, who had run out of the gorge. After a pleasant ride into Chania with "Stu," we reunited over beers on the Venetian era waterfront. Based on Pam's recollection of decades ago, Chania seemed like a smaller laid - back Venice, less formal but still pretty chic for we ...
... meal under that same moon. Today, after a couple pounds of yogurt and about an ounce of really strong greek coffee, we headed back along the coast by foot. Although the trail was pretty flat, it was sandy and cobbly making for some tricky footing. The views rival Kauai's Napali coast, with fewer hikers and more nude boaters. We made it to the remote place where Paul hid to escape the Romans and were surprised to ...
This morning we set off for a little beach just outside Chania for a few hours of relaxation before a late lunch at Johnny's aunt's house. Lunch was in the village, and again under a beautiful canopy of grape vines that kept you very cool and comfortable. On the menu was an octopus casserole type dish with olives and a slight BBQ flavored sauce, some grilled octopus, ...
... they also could've charged a fortune for but didn't. We ate gyros at a beachside cafe in the little village waiting on the ferry. Nick and I took a dip at the rocky beach to wash off the dirt and grime from the day. As it turns out this is one of the villages along the southern coast that you can only get to by boat. I had originally wanted take the ferry to some of these villages but ...