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 ...
From relaxed Simi we came to Rhodes with no expectations or preconceived ideas.
From the moment we entered the old town after our walk from the ferry we thought, this place is something special. Of course, true to form we had entered through the wrong gate, but we didn't care. It was such an experience to be walking through such an historical area. We eventually found our B and B, the Medieval Inn. It has been ...
... in the city today alongside the medieval European castle and inns, Byzantine churches and buildings and the remains of ancient civilizations. It gives the compact walled city a very cross-cultural feel, as it must have felt when it was a bustling trading port.
The castle now houses extensive exhibits on life on Rhodes from Hellenic times through the Knights' reign. The castle has been superbly refurbished, largely due to Mussolini's intent to make it his ...
... like a crystal, the access to the sea was very mild and without stones (only sand). The water looked so clean especially because there were no waves which can seem to be a little bit boring but it has its pros and cons. We fell in love with this beach and enjoyed there almost 1,5 hours.
Unfortunately we could not stay there longer because we had to continue to Lindos. At 12.30 we were on the road again.
We arrived in Lindos at about 13.15, just on time to ...
... on a hill which provided some great views over the valley and on a distant hill, we could see what was supposedly the reclining figure of the ancient King Agamemnon at rest on his back. We had lunch of stuffed tomatoes and greek salad at a local cafe before seeing a pottery demonstration at a local Mycenaean art studio. We bought a couple of small pieces before heading off to Olympia while listening to relaxing Greek music ...