Daios Cove Hotel in Crete (Greece)
June 2 - June 9
Talk: The Remarkable Year Ahead 2020 with Susan Miller
Plus optional private one-hour readings for guests and visitors of the hotel
Visit www.daioscove.com or call +020 3807 1418.
From June 2 to June 9, I will be at the luxury resort of Daios Cove in Crete to host a week-long residency. I will offer hotel guests and visitors optional personal one-hour readings from luxurious surroundings of the five-star hillside beach resort, Daios Cove.
One evening, yet to be determined, I plan to give an introductory speech on The Remarkable Year Ahead 2020 to hotel guests and visitors and also list the special features of the second half of 2019. The coming year, 2020, will have several rare and special conjunctions of planets, making 2020 a year that will mark a fresh start in all our lives. Those rare conjunctions involving Jupiter, Pluto, and Saturn will carry us forward for two decades or more. It is a vital year, and I will explain why.
I will also offer private one-hour readers for guests and visitors to the hotel for the specially priced rate at €265 Euros per hour ($298 USD, £230 GBP). For bookings please contact the concierge of Daios Cove, or write to my executive assistant, Courtney O’Reilly at [email protected]
I look forward to giving you a variety of ideas for making the coming year 2020 special and enjoyable. Have your most pressing questions ready!
Daios Cove Luxury Resort and Villas
Daios Cove Luxury Resort and Villas are located on the North East coast of Crete, on a stunning 35-hectare resort featuring an array of spacious rooms, suites, and villas ingeniously integrated into the cove, affording each guest uninterrupted vistas across the azure waters of Daios Bay and the Mediterranean Sea. The elegantly designed rooms include marble bathrooms, king-size beds, private balconies or terraces—many with private seawater pools for ultimate indulgence.
The expansive central hub of the resort includes six specialty restaurants and bars offering an array of cuisines all made from the finest seasonal and locally sourced produce. Facilities also include the state-of-the-art GOCO Spa Daios Cove, children’s club, water sports center, heated infinity pool, and a private sandy beach offering a choice of aquatic activities.
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Hotel Rates and Booking Contact
‘Early Bird’ nightly rates for the 2019 season at Daios Cove start from €235 Euros ($265 USD, £207 GPB*), including a complimentary half board upgrade, based on a stay for two adults (and one child) in a Deluxe Sea View Room. (*Prices accurate as of today’s exchange rate.)
To book visit www.daioscove.com or call +020 3807 1418.
Susan’s Personal Statement
This year began my monthly horoscope column in the newly introduced Vogue Greece print and digital magazine. It was by coincidence that the Daios Cove Luxury Hotel and Villas brought me the opportunity to visit Greece. It seemed that Greece was calling me, and I was happy to respond. The people of Greece are known to be warm and friendly, and I can’t wait to read the horoscopes of the people who live there and visit the hotel.
Greece has a rich culture, and the Greek mathematicians and astrologers are credited to be among the best of the world. They elevated astrological knowledge and interpretation to a higher level than was ever achieved by the Babylonians, who started astrology in Mesopotamia in 2500 BC. Much of what the Greek mathematicians and astrologers published in antiquity has survived and is still in use today. I want to experience as much of the Greek culture as possible in the week I am there.
I am excited about visiting Crete in particular because growing up, I always admired Patrick Walker, an American astrologer who was brought up in England, and who lived on the island of Rhodes in the tiny village of Lindos, only one hour away from Crete by air. I imagine Mr. Walker, who wrote for Town and Country magazine in the US, and in England for Harper’s and Queen (among many other publications) would have visited Crete.
Mr. Walker always put his greatest emphasis on the outer planets of Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and Pluto in a chart—the ones that set the major themes for our lives. I agreed with Mr. Walker’s emphasis and his philosophical outlook and celebrated his style.
Patrick Walker kept his home on the island of Rhodes many years, dividing his time between there and London, until he passed away in 1995. To walk the same streets that Patrick Walker may have walked in his life will be exhilarating for me—something I never thought I would experience. I can’t wait to go.