Christina Gardens

Lésbos, Northeast Aegean Islands, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located in Lésbos.
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    Travel Blogs from Lésbos

    Classic Tale of Underground Europe

    A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jul 03, 2014

    ... a surprise to us and we started looking around, all the while dressed in our beach attire. After climbing back up some stairs from the parking lot we found a surprisingly modern office, museum and ticket booth, all there, apparently, just to serve us. The young man behind the counter greeted us and welcomed us in after we paid admission and explained that this was, in fact, a 1,000-year-old church and that there was also a labyrinth of natural caves behind the cliff walls. How ...

    Chios and Mykonos

    A travel blog entry by kdickson on Jul 03, 2014

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    We travelled to a medieval ghost village perched high on the top of a mountain. The drive there was dreadful, had my eyes closed most of the way. Great mountain top view of the west coast of Chios. We visited a lovely village and church with carvings from a tree a feature. No air-con on the ...

    Historic Towns and Hidden Coves

    A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jul 02, 2014

    ... as well. Thus, Mesta grew in a manner that would allow them to protect their mastic and to act quickly in the event of a pirate raid. A network of lookout towers dots the coast, each within sight of the next. These in turn communicate with a network of lookout towers that reach inland where the mastic groves are located. A unique feature of the Mesta village was that all of the ancient buildings within its protective walls had roofs of the same height. That and its narrow alleys ...

    Anybody Home?

    A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jul 01, 2014

    ... the night before by Stella. One was a small town clinging to the very steep hillside well above the north shore of Chios island. We had been told that this town was widely known for its artisan community and was well worth a stop. Making our way down into the town on what seemed like little more than footpaths, we saw absolutely no activity of any kind, not even any cars parked. When the footpath we were driving upon actually sprouted stairs, we finally gave in ...

    Next Stop, Chios

    A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 30, 2014

    ... was and the fact that there was nothing else on this road. If you were walking up you were presumably walking to the top and it was a good three miles to the top.

    As is very common at sites of this age, monuments of vastly different ages appear atop the ones before them in layers. The oldest layer here is the ancient Rhodes city-state of Ialyssos, which eventually combined with Lindos and Kameiros to create the eventual powerhouse city of Rhodes in the 4th Century BC. Little ...