Castelo Beach Hotel
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... such a small island there isn't alot to do. So we swam in the pool, went out for lunch, went to the beach and then sometimes we would go back to the hotel for a rest. It was very hot in Leros.
One day we went and visited the Windmills of Leros, the adults had coffee and Tom and I drank juice. Nanny and Poppy had brought over a Kobo for me, where I can store all my books, so I sat and read that. We were up very high and you could ...
From Symi, we took the ferry to Leros, another island but bigger than Symi. Unexpectedly we were picked up from the ferry port and taken to the hotel. Our hotel room overlooked the castle and the hotel overlooked a lovely bay, Panteli Beach, which we could walk to for dinner. We sat right on the waters edge and enjoyed a traditional Greek meal of octopus for Andrew and baked aubergine for ...
Although it's mountainous terrain makes it a popular rock climbing destination, Kalymnos is best know for its history of sponge divers. This was also the place where we listened to a political speech (we think) taking place in the harbour square outside our hotel. Plastic chairs for everyone, candy floss, music..... It was incredibly loud and chaotic. Everyone who lives on the island must have been there. Then it was over. Everyone left and it was ...
Pothia, Kalymnos It’s the capital and main port of the island that you should definitely visit! It is built amphitheatrically on the slopes and the valley between two rocky hills of the island looking down to the Aegean Sea ! Typical feature of the architecture of Pothia is the colorful shutters of the houses , an image that immediately attracts the eye of the visitor . Walking among the narrow streets admire the quite ...
... made it a step above. The building of the Monastery of St. John the Theologian was begun in 1088 upon an ancient acropolis with its temple ruins dating back to the 6th and 4th century BC. Snuggled up to its walls are the many houses of the Chora, built not only to protect the fortress from pirates but so that the peasants themselves could seek protection inside. To take pictures in the monastery is forbidden so one is forced to commit ...