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Travel Blogs from Rhodes
After a hearty breakfast, we packed (again), deposited our bags at reception and headed off to explore the old town of Rhodes before our 3 o'clock departure to the airport. Our last few hours as a couple travelling together!
It was very busy - in fact too busy. People everywhere, with the crowded beaches and restaurants overflowing onto …
... home the next day. Air pressure on the plane..
The altitude must have caused it to explode- ouch.
It turned into a horrible multitude of blisters, and it took me so long to recover, but luckily leaving no scars.
This seems to be the memory of Greece that sticks in my mind the most- OUCH!
... of St. John, Ottoman Turks, Italians, Germans, British (and probably a few others) before settling under the umbrella of Greece in 1947. The impression I got was they simply shrugged their shoulders and moved on with life. Reaching the ancient site of the Acropolis ( literally translates as the city at the top) of Lindos was a little daunting, involving climbing almost 300 cobble stone steps to reach the site where a temple of ...
... Rome, the Knights of St. John and finally the Ottoman Turks, Rhodes did not become a part of Greece until March 7th, 1948.
This morning we docked at Rhodes Commercial Port in the town of Rhodes. As our tour did not leave until 12:30 we spent the morning on the ship. It was a beautiful day in Rhodes, clear sunny skies and 23 degrees. We were able to sit on the upper deck in the sun reading and walking around the track on the top level.
... obviously crossed the oceans. Their fantails boast home ports from Delaware to Panama.
There is a small castle near the water initially built by the Ionians in, we read, 1044 BC, and rehabbed by Alexander the Great sometime later. The attack on Rhodes was launched from here in 1522 by Suleyman the Magnificent. ...