Haraki Bay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the best places to eat as well as a hidden bar to go to tonight which only locals go to. For a parting gift we recover a shortfall 60% moonshine. Hello I'm drunk. The only thing left to do this afternoon is beach. Which is where Bridget and I properly take ourselves. The water is beautiful and warm, the beach is full. This is exactly what I had in min for a European summer ...
Late at night Bridget and I finally arrive in Rhodes. An island which sits closer to Turkey than the mainland of Greece. It is a beautiful 32 degrees with a light breeze. People are everywhere even though it's midnight. All businesses are open and people fill the streets on the warm evenings. The taxi pulls up at the entrance of the old town, a cobblestone mini city inclosed by a medieval castle wall. We grab our bags and make our way through the ...
... challenge. We have noted a few tables regularly assembling that are taking it a bit too serious and although not known to us will require a disappointment before the cruise ends ( more to follow). Play in a pokie tournament and Mary,Kate and Joel finish top ten so they receive a money prize woohoo. We are now 2 days at sea and we intend doing everything on board possible.
A day on the road at Rhodes !!! Alan organized a fleet of taxis to transport us round the main points of interest in Rhodes - which are few. Basically a look at where the Collusus once stood, a trip down to Lindos with its Acropolis, via a ceramic place, and back up to the main city via Faliraki. It was pleasant and relaxing, the taxis were quite expensive (200€ each for 4 hours), our driver was nice but after Lindos on the return trip there wasn't much commentary. Liam was ...
... that we were able to walk through. We then found a spot for lunch as the heat was getting to everyone. The town square was full of shops and restaurants surrounded by old buildings and cobblestone roads. I found it a bit unfortunate that this beautiful town is packed tight with tourist attractions and shops. As we shopped we found a spot for Gelato and decided from there on out to have gelato on every island we visit. Everyone made fun of me as I jumped straight into ...