Grande Albergo delle Rose
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... very nice and I ended up hiring a car for the next two days, meaning that it was only somewhere to sleep at the end of the day. Rhodes is actually quite big, so the only way to see it properly in the time I had was to get a car and hit the road. On the first day I headed down the west coast of the island, heading down via the mountains and back via the coast. The mountains were quite alpine in nature, complete with Swiss type chalets and pretty little ...
... see before they all blend together?). Instead, we went to the top of a nearby clocktower, where we got a free cocktail with our ticket price. There, we were able to take nice photos and use the free wifi.
After the clocktower, we walked out of Old Town and to the new part of the city. I didn’t enjoy it much at all. It seemed like any generic city, a bit dirty and worn down. However, we went to do some shopping, as I wasn’t sure when my ...
Dennis and I arrived by ferry at Rhodes, the south-easternmost Greek island that is just an hour off the coast of Turkey, on the morning of April 12. We walked through the old medieval town to our absolutely fantastic inn, where the proprietor, Manos, immediately sat us down and fed us some of his mother's homemade cake and traditional Greek dessert. He pulled out a wide assortment of maps and brochures and regaled us with an incredible amount of useful information as ...
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 ...
... piece (and second and third, sorrynotsorry) of Greek baklava. I'm almost ashamed that it took so long (but lol not really I mean Happy Donuts Hours and loukoumades and Kosmidis?), but I got to it eventually :) . There was also another group of students in the area, younger than us, from England. I'm loving the different accents that I get to hear wherever I go (well ok so far only Tanzanian, English, and French. But still).