Atrium Prestige Thalasso Spa Resort & Villas

Address: Lachania Beach, Lachania, Rhodes, Dodecanese, 85109, Greece | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Lachania Beach, Lachania, is near Colossus of Rhodes.
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      Day Trip

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

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      ... beds on the day so that of course meant the others told me I had to be up early!
      So awake at 6 back to sleep till 7 and lay there till 730, then met Ruth and Graham in the lobby at 8. I thought that was a bit of overkill for. 930 trip but toddled along behind. Turns out they wanted smorgasbord breakfast first so that was good.
      down to the boat by 830 and got the first 4 beds. By the time others had started to arrive we decided we didn't want those ones as ...

      Horseback riding to the beach

      A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Sep 13, 2014

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      ... ride, but I decide to only go to the beach. These horses are much bigger than the Icelandic horses and I don't feel as comfortable running. It turned out to be a good decision. I can't imagine how I would have stood up after riding 3 hours!! Emelia is a typical 18 year old, just trying to figure out her path. She wants to fly, but is afraid and will miss what she has here. Time will tell what she decides, but she ...

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

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 29, 2014

      1 comment

      ... ians for well over 1,000 years) inside the 18th Century church. At one point in the 19th Century, an important Turkish ruler had come to the monastery on a regular tour of the countryside to harass and destroy as many Christ-ian churches as possible. In a moment of rage he stabbed at this painting with a dagger. His blade broke and his hand became paralyzed, but most miraculously the holy mother began to bleed actual blood! So astonished and transfixed was this ...

      Key, Please

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 28, 2014

      ... this beautiful town's top site, its 2,400-year-old Acropolis ruins, perfectly perched atop a high mesa's cliff directly above the impossibly blue South Aegean Sea. The ruins are very impressive, to be sure, and well worth the climb, even in the hot mid-day sun. In order to reach them, though, one has to snake through the tourist-clogged ancient lanes of the town, all of which now seem to exist only to house small cafes, souvenir shops or jewelry stores. Those ...

      Mussolini Stayed Here

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 27, 2014

      ... heard previously, that the Greek people resent being forced by major international banks to be required to work like fiends in order to produce riches for the wealthy masters. That is not the Greek way, we've been told again and again. Truly, we've heard this over and over and also met young people living far from the homes that they yearn for in an effort to earn enough money for their families to survive in this new European (economic) Union reality.
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