Weather was very hot walked a couple of hills so felt it would be nice to take a look at Crete on the Crete express as we named it, train passed through rural Crete beautiful villages, churches, and cannons the fragrance from the flowers, lemon, and orange trees was delightful, stopped on route at local museum and Cretan Resistance cafe very educational it was a privilege to have drank coffee in the meeting rooms of the Cretan Resistance VERY BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN and VILLAGERS.
Visited Suda Bay caught the bus from Chania and walked to the British war cemetery it was well worth the walk ( 3 Miles) so peaceful beautifully kept cemetery well worth a visit if you don't walk you can always hire a taxi from Suda there is a cafe at the cemetery very reasonable prices.
Visited the German War Museum nice little climb to the cemetery. This overlooks the airfield that is still in use to this day, worth a visit.
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