But unfortunately, this (below) was right outside of our room. From our balcony, we stared at the bright, red, lighted sign. I told Steve that I felt like I was sleeping in the red light district. Right, right! No more complaining!
But every day after lunch, our favorite thing to do was to have coffee at the beach bar where we could relax while watching the waves... and the people. :o)
This is what I saw while drinking my coffee. So nice. :)
Steve was so sweet. He took me down to the beach before dinner because I wanted to watch the sunset one evening.
|Steve and I with my horse.|
|Steve and one of the horses he rode. They had him switch a few times.|
|I had to wear my pink trainers because I didn't have room to pack many shoes. We didn't check any luggage.|
|This was the view from the top of the hill where we took a break.|
Cretan Paths - Food and City Tour of Heraklion
Our last stop before lunch was to the harbor. The street you see below is the 25th of August Street. It was named after the date in 1898 when Turkish fanatics burned homes and massacred many people.
At the end of the 25th of August street is the old harbor.