Al Mare Villas

Address: Kiotari Beach, Kiotari, Rhodes, Dodecanese, 85109, Greece | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kiotari Beach, Kiotari, is near Palace of the Grand Masters and Lady of the Castle Cathedral (Panagia tou Kastrou).
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      Day Trip

      A travel blog entry by shirley.wells.3 on Sep 14, 2014

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      ... be in the sun there and back so went and swapped for 24 - 27. Probably not enough sun for Graham but I had full shade so I was happy.
      about an hour into the trip we stopped at Anthony Quinn Bay for a quick dip. Think this is where Guns of Navarone was made. The water was so deep and the sun shining through and my poor eyesight meant I couldn't see the bottom but the water was just beautiful.
      On to Lindos. This place has ( and needs) donkey transport. The ...

      Horseback riding to the beach

      A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Sep 13, 2014

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      Today, Saturday, I decided to take the local bus and go horseback riding. Judy is concerned about her hip, so she will stay in Old Town and poke around. We are back at George's for breakfast. This might be the first time that I've ever had hummus and pita for breakfast. Very filling. The next part of my adventure involved figuring out the buses. One bus company serves the east side of the island and the other company ...

      Some Say It's a Miracle, But I'm Not Saying Sh*t

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 29, 2014

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      ... Christ-ian holy places literally were the protectors of that now-mainstream religion but in much of the world for over 1,000 years the outcome wasn't so clear.

      The monasteries that we've visited always seem to have a couple of things in common. They are all hard to get to, often deep in mountain canyons or high up on isolated peaks, usually far from cities, and always with incredible art. Many of them come complete with miracles, too. Which was the case at the ...

      Key, Please

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 28, 2014

      ... relative comfort, at least in late June. Late July and all of August might be a different story. Our schedule, though, required an 1100 arrival so we knew we were going to be fighting through the crowds. Our number one approach to this kind of situation is to climb up as high as possible as quickly as possible in the hopes of leaving any stragglers behind, a sort of thinning of the herd, as it were.

      Alas, nobody visiting Lindos on this day was to be deterred ...

      Mussolini Stayed Here

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 27, 2014

      ... to its original design. Nevertheless, it's an austere and imposing place, part fortress and part palace and is certainly worth a visit.

      Of particular note were some wonderfully designed floors in some of the grander rooms that featured intricate mosaics and patterned marble flooring. The real treat, though, is in the large museum housed on the bottom two floors. Similar in content and concept as other archaeological museums in Greece, ...