Over the centuries, Chania has been home to many different cultures: Minoan, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Venetian, Turkish, signs of which can still be found today in some of the architecture and excavations in and around the city.
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Our Kids Clubs You’re not just staying with us for the week (or two) - you’re part of the club.
So all our activities, whether they’re on dry land or in the water, are included in your holiday.
” What it really means: Unless you’re the grim reaper or Scorpion (what's with the '90s video game references?
), use your words rather than your hands to call someone over in Singapore and Japan. In The Philippines however, it’s reserved to call over dogs, dawg. Offended countries: Spain, Portugal, Italy, Brazil, and Colombia What you think it means: “Rock ’n’ roll,” or if you’re part of that University of Texas football culture, “Hook ‘em Horns!
Our philosophy is simple: we believe that everything is more fun when it’s on, or by, the water.
That’s why all our beautiful resorts are right on the shores of clear, warm blue waters and stacked with the latest free-to-use sports equipment.
Our Beach Clubs are water front hotels in some of the most jaw-droppingly beautiful places in Greece.
Please refer to preferential terms: Preferential Terms in Case of Visa Refusal Chania (Crete): Chania (a.k.a.
Xania) is the second largest city on the island of Crete and the most picturesque.
Offended countries: UK and Australia What you think it means: "Peace, man,” or “I’ll take two beers.” What it really means: The easy-going crowd in Oz may not understand your attempt to keep the peace, and it certainly won’t go over well when you’re ordering a couple of pints in the UK, because you’re basically giving them the finger.
Throwing out a peace sign with your palm facing inward is asking for trouble. Offended countries: Afghanistan, Iran, and parts of Italy and Greece What you think it means: “All good!