The place is run by a wonderful old woman who lives on the bottom floor with her husband. She speaks enough English to for you to have a small conversation and she'll bend over backwards to help in any way she can.
The location can't be beat: you're overlooking the harbor and you're within walking distance from everything in town. Also, check out the ruins from ancient Kaldonia, which are right across the street.
Chania is literally filled with pensions, domatia, and various rooms for rent, and this is one of the cheapest. The photo is from the balcony of room number one, looking out over the harbor.
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November 16, 2007
From journal Week in Nashville
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September 24, 2005
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by bill kate
September 19, 2005
From journal Let's go to Nashville, TN
August 20, 2005
This resort had outstanding daily onsite activities. They also arranged for special tours of Nashville and the surrounding area via Grayline Tours and a local company called Tootsies. There was also a downtown trip to Nashville that was provided by the resort for just $5 per person. This is one of the best Fairfield resorts I've ever stayed at!
From journal Nashville in a Day (or two)
Glen Burnie, Maryland
August 10, 2005
The concierge staff were very helpful and gave out maps to various places. I doubt if we would have found the Bluebird Cafe, the highlight of our holiday, without the map! The resort ran some trips, including one to downtown for $5, which is very reasonable.
I liked the location of the resort, which is very close to Opryland. Come out of the resort, turn left, then right at the first set of traffic lights, and this will bring you to the Oprymills car park--park at area 6 and you can walk over to the Opryland Hotel without paying the $10 parking fee. The grocery store is about 4 miles, but it is an easy drive on quiet roads. There are several restaurants around the resort. We liked the Santa Fe, and Cracker Barrel is always good.
We drove to Memphis, which took about 3-4 hours, but it was worth it to see Graceland and Beale Street.
All in all, the Fairfield Nashville is a great resort in a good location, but I am surprised that they do not have a snack bar or restaurant. Would recommend this resort.
From journal Relax in Nashville, TN @ Fairfield
June 1, 2005
They weren't pushy with their timeshare presentations (just turn down the survey if you are not interested).
There are two pools on the grounds, and the playground is one of the best I've seen, as it has a soft turf for the kids. We drove to the Opry Mills Mall and walked over to the Grand Ole Opry Museum. Prices for activities for kids aren't too bad, and if you want to take the kids to Dollywood, be prepared to drive 4 hours to get there. The resort had a great Welcome Party -- don't miss it, as you get a free show. They were also there really pushing the Elvis show to the point of being annoying. They had several activities on the resort that involved singers coming in to entertain, and the shows were free or reasonably priced. The activites for the kids were all right, although I have been places that have so many kids activies that your kid never wants to leave. We also went to the zoo, which is rather small but a nice diversion. They have a waterpark nearby, which was kinda pricey for the size of the park, but I am willing to try an activity at least once.
I would rate the resort an 8, only because the activities on-site could improve.
Overland Park,, Kansas
March 2, 2005
We were at the resort on Valentine's Day and attended the Valentine's Dance that night. They had a live band, dancing, and food, and all of it was free. We had a great evening and met lots of very nice people. We think Fairfield Nashville is one of the very nicest timeshare resorts we have ever stayed in.
From journal Another Vacation In Nashville