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... through very narrow streets.. Close to the centre of the town is a lake with typical Greek fishing boats around the edge. We walked up a steep street to the local museum for a look around and then through the local streets. Eventually we were back in the centre of the town and had a cold drink overlooking the lake then some shopping.
.We went back onboard the ship in time for lunch and then spent the afternoon relaxing on the pool deck (Bruce ...
... to our hotel (they have a family house and car in Rhodes). May I say at this point finding our hotel was a bit of an adventure because we knew the name of our hotel but did not have the address. Let us say Susie and Michael were very patient and we eventually found our hotel. Checked in to our and went to visit cousin Anna at the Tate Gallery. We thought this would be a quick hello. Big mistake two hours later ...
Hannah and Owen had jumped ship the night before, seeking cold air and comfortable sleep courtesy of Mr Dim. We said goodbye to Andy and Sabine with hugs and plans to meet in a few months in Thailand, then took a small yellow taxi to Fethiye to board the ferry from Turkey to Greece. Another passport stamp and an exit from Turkey, heading for Greece. We stood on the back of the boat with the smokers and crossed the bay we had crossed so ...
Only the dates were correct.
According to our latest guide, the statue actually was built at the tallest point in the city, so it could be seen from far away. A relatively recent artist’s conception mistakenly placed the statue’s legs on either side of the harbor.
Our excursion was to the Acropolis of Lindos, about an hour’s drive from Rhodes.
Situated on a ...
... by the Ottomans - led by Süleyman the Magnificent. They landed in Malta from Rhodes. The Ottomans controlled Rhodes until it fell under Italian rule in 1912. It finally became part of Greece in 1947. In the old town, you can see evidence of all of the various occupants. In the morning, when it was a little cooler, we walked in (literally "in" the moat) and around the outside of the well preserved walls that ...