Altin Yunus Resort & Thermal Hotel
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... a sign pointing down an incredibly steep driveway directing us to the Church of Agio Gaya. The "beach" we were seeking was not a beach at all. We had misunderstood the tip given us the night before and had instead driven into the mountains to this amazing church.
Wondering if we would be able to drive back up the driveway (you know, gravity and all) we crept slowly down until we bottomed out and parked our car. Ours was the only one there. Even being at this ...
... so it was a little warm. Sailed to Mykonos - what a beautiful island. Bar hopped (2 only - must be showing our age). Enjoyed a moussaka with a carafe of wine whilst watching the sunset. It was very pleasant. It was a. It blowy but this kept the temperature comfortable. Off to Athens ...
... black sand is spread as a mortar and then covered with the normal white overcoat of plaster. When the plaster dries, it is then etched into all manner of intricate geometric designs with the black sand layer re-emerging in contrast to the white. The result is spectacular and once we noticed that it's on one building we suddenly realized that it's on nearly all of the buildings. In fact, as we worked our way towards the center of town the creativity and style of the designs became more ...
... a single person saw us as we were at a very deserted tiny village on the north shore of the island.
Trying to salvage what we could from the day, we did get in a good swim in the reliably crystal-clear water off of a pebbly beach nearby. While returning to Volissos, we stopped and climbed up to the Byzantine-era 13th Century castle that was perched just over the head of our little loft and enjoyed the breathtaking vistas and 360-degree views ...
... out in this fashion. It was also rather austere with little adornment in the way of frescos or other prominent pieces of art inside.
Extending farther towards the north, the site becomes an extensive Byzantine-era fortress with a commanding view over the historic city of Rhodes. We also found a small chapel dug underground into the hillside that featured some of the most interesting historic frescos that we'd seen in Greece. Interestingly, based on the way the site is laid ...