Grande Albergo delle Rose
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... it was eventually destroyed in an earthquake in 142 BC. Nevertheless, the remains are pretty amazing, set out from bottom to top with a town square, Main Street and residential buildings to an acropolis and temples at the top. The next day I headed down the east coast. My first stop was lindos, a place known as one of the most beautiful spots on rhodes. Lindos village is a well preserved 14th century buildings and mansions, known as captains houses, situated on ...
... mostly a bunch of rocks. Once we got out of the harbor, the waves were picking up and the boat was going up and down, up and down. It just seemed like we were drifting. I suddenly started to not feel great, and that cup of cheese I’d just eaten was seeming like more and more of a bad idea. Then, suddenly, the boat started speeding over to where we’d eaten by the beach earlier. Once there, it stopped again and rocked along with the waves. All in ...
... sight that must have once been.
One of the highlights of Rhodes is the phenomenal Palace of the Grand Master. Built by the Knights Hospitaller (the same guys that brought us the Castle of Saint Peter in Bodrum), it was the last outpost for the Crusaders in this part of the world. Suleyman the Magnificent drove them out in 1522, and the Knights retreated to Sicily, leaving Rhodes to the Ottomans. The Ottomans built mosques and Islamic libraries and schools, ...
As we cruised from Turkey in to the Greek Islands, the ship was rocking a lot. I had to dose up on my anti-sea sick tablets. When we got off the ship in Rhodes, the wind nearly blew us away. We hadn't organised to do any tours, but it's a small island, and the crew had told us we could find our own way around easily. The old town is surrounded by walls, and we walked in through an entrance complete with scary-looking gates that used to be locked ...
... doing peace signs in front of all the major buildings and bridges, ugly wooden boardwalks put out for the flood and tacky tourist stands that popped up overnight the beauty of Venice was taken down a notch. We were happy to find, however, the gondolas were out at last! We saw several couples being paddled along the canals; one gondolier was on his cellphone chatting away loudly in Italian as the couple in his boat snuggled in front of him. As we were walking through the alleys ...