Grande Albergo delle Rose
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was a perfume related to the name of the airline - Minoan - but I'm not quite convinced). Helen and Louise are in row 3 (first class), and Connor and I are in Row 10. There are only a handful of other people on the plane. Hardly seems worth the air hostesses time to hand out food and drinks for short amount of time we are in the air!
We arrive at Rhodes Airport about 45 minutes later. Clear skies the whole way, and a very good view of the ...
... pots were used for water, wine and oil. They would bury the pots with people and some of them didn't have any cracks at all.
On our last day in Rhodes, Dad dropped Nanny and Poppy off at the airport, and we went swimming at the beach. It had the bluest water I have ever seen, bluer than a pool but it was very deep. We played tennis and ate donuts on the beach. Then we went to the port to catch the ferry. There was a very beautiful sunset.
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Next stop in Greece was the island of Rhodes. That morning was a bit overcast, and Michelle and I set out to see the sights. Marlon, Dragan, Andy and Chris had all signed up for a tour late the night before, which Michelle, Grandpa and I just couldn't understand. It didn’t seem like there was enough in Rhodes to sign up for an organized excursion. Sure enough, they later regretted the decision.
Rhodes Town has a big city wall around it, much ...
... at the end to help us not care about the slow meal--Yamas!)
We took our rental car down the west coast of the island on April 14. We started with the ruins of Kamiros, another of three original Hellenistic cities on Rhodes. Unlike Lindos, it did not continue to be used in Byzantine, medieval or Ottoman times, so what remains is all Ancient Greek. The city had a spectacular setting, built amphitheatrically into a hillside overlooking the Aegean. The agora ...
... chance to see the exhibition located in several rooms of the palace (entitled “Rhodes from the Early Christian period to the Turkish conquest (1522)). Then we visited the inner part of the palace and most of its representative rooms that are open to public. At least for me it was very impressive to be able to see the mosaic floor from the 5th century BC. All the rooms had very high ceilings and were equipped by wooden medieval furniture. The atmosphere inside ...