Club Ilayda Apart
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... but now we were able to see much more as Eric was now on his own feet. It was really fascinating and the old harbor absolutely beautiful with the green and turquoise colored water. The ride back had me holding on for dear life, as the cliffs down were on my side of the car. The roads are narrow and extremely winding. But we made it ...
... good and I resisted. I also saw a car crash where the two people got out their cars shouted at each other then got back in and drove off. There seem to be no car parks here or parking tickets as zebra crossings, corners, roundabouts and pavements are a free for all. I went into the archaeological centre and me at six euro it was steal. Now I'm not one to have much of an interest in these things but with pottery from 630BC and some amazing historical findings I spent over 2 hours ...
... in cruise ships. We walk the surrounding moat into the castle. No boiling oil to worry about unless you order the fries. It's peaceful in the moat. Walls of history tower overhead. A man on an extension ladder is removing weeds. Another is working on a scaffold one hundred feet above. Still restoring. It's the one thing Mussolini did for Rhodes. The Italians restored the Byzantines / Crusaders castle. He met here with the emperor off Japan. There are ...
... our fourth airline of the trip. And I have never been on three of them before - Egyptair, Aegean Airlines and now Turkish Airlines.
The real fun begins when we arrive in Istanbul, a city of 20 million people. The airport is packed with people coming in from all sorts of destinations. We need to go through passport control and end up in a queue reminiscent of a Disneyworld line. But there is no thrilling ride at the end - just ...
October 7. Off we go a'wandering along the streets of the Medieval Town. This site covers a large area near the waterfront in Rodos (Rhodes Town) and we cover just a small portion of it. We find some lovely green spaces.There is a moat that surrounds the city and was the scene of many battles over the years. War is not a new phenomenon; over the years, many lives were lost in what is now a very ...