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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-13

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Friday, February 13, 1987 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

The Greek Islands are one of the most romantic destinations in the
Mediterranean, perhaps in the world. Cruise ships regularly ply the
route.

which they were dependent
in ancient times. Long
established as a fashionable
resort, the village of
Mykonos is laid out with a
confusing web of
cobblestoned streets which
echo every sound with
crystal clarity. Like
brilliant sugar cubes,
whitewashed houses are
clustered around the
harbor, windmills, and
dazzling white churches
with red tiled roofs.
Boutiques sell strikingly
colored weaves for which
Mykonos has always been
known. Long established as
a fashionable resort,
Mykonos boasts a wild
nightlife, with a multitude
of discos and tavernas that
are often scenes of
pandemonium.
Crete, the largest of the
Greek Islands and after
Sicily, Sardinia and
Cyprus, the fourth largest
in the Mediterranean, sets
the southern boundary of
the Aegean. It is an island
of enormous topographical
variety with snow capped
mountains, alpine
meadows, lowland planes
and palm-lined beaches.
Crete has absorbed the
varying characteristics of
the waves of invaders that
occupied this island over
the centuries: the Romans,
Arabs, Venetians, the
Turks. In 1913 this island,
the first civilization in
Europe, became officially
united with Greece.

Crete's main town is
Heraklion where the two
principal attractions are
the Archaelological
Museum with the finest
display' of early European
ceramics in the world and
Knossos, a palace
excavated in early 1900s
and partially
reconstructed. Heraklion is
fine for a visit, but for
accommodations travel
agents recommend Agios
Nikolaos further to the
east.
Less than 20 years ago,
Agios Nikolaos was just a
small, attractive port
surrounded by mountains.
Now it is brimming with
discos, bars and boutiques
and hotels, like the famous
Minos Beach Hotel.
YUGOSLAVIA
A complex nation
consisting of six
autonomous republics and
two territories of national
minorities, the Federal
Socialist Republic of
Yugoslavia, contrary to
what many think, is not
behind the Iron Curtain
and has placed no
restrictions on foreign
visitors for well over 30
years. In fact, in the recent
past, Yugoslavia has made
every effort to upgrade its
tourist facilities, and now,
though this is no longer the
budget destination it once
was, there are vast modern
hotel complexes along the
Dalmatian coast.

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