Grande Albergo delle Rose
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... We entered the medieval city which has a mixture of old buildings and tourist stalls selling the usual magnets and trinkets and restaurants trying to get you to buy or par-take.
We found the palace of the grand masters it was still as amazing this time and I may have taken a few toooo many photos.
Tried to meet up with the guys but that wasn't meant to be so we headed back to the hotel to freshen up before heading to the beach.
in amongst all the ...
... However, my favourite parts were an abandoned hospital (I think), which was appropriately creepy and atmospheric and another abandoned villa, which it turned out from subsequent investigation, is actually a villa built for Mussolini, during the Italian occupation. Apparently, Mussolini wanted to retire to rhodes, which obviously didn't pan out due to something to do with world war 2. The villa is now a ruin, and as of last month has been offered for sale/lease ...
... upper floor of the building. I did not know whether to have the opinion this was a disgrace, or to be moderate and say well, here are these mosaics protected from the elements and in great condition. It is a dilemma!
We also walked out to the port and saw where the Colossus of Rhodes was supposed to have stood. I have read the distance between the points is such that it would have been impossible. ...
... Europe, but actually dates back at least to 408 BC, and was occupied in turn by the ancient Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Crusaders, Ottomans and 20th-century Italians. We followed a walking tour we had found online, but also wandered aimlessly, finding alleys that seemed off the beaten track. The city must get uncomfortably packed in the summer, as many of the streets are very narrow, but we were often the only people walking down certain lanes. Walking hand in hand ...
... period of the Knights creates an attractive mix.
We were really lucky because on Mondays itīs open only until 14.40. The entrance costs EUR 6 but I passed for free as EU student and Gonzalo for EUR 3 as non-EU student.
Then we had lunch (fast food style but very expensive anyway; EUR 10 for two pita gyros, juice and a slice of pizza).
After lunch we decided to go back to the beach of Tsampika and spent there the rest of the afternoon. We left at ...