Hippocampus Hotel

Ialissos Avenue 82 Ixia, Rhodes, Rhodes, Dodecanese, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ialissos Avenue 82 Ixia, Rhodes, is near Temple of Aphaia.
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Travel Blogs from Rhodes

Week 2 - Lindos

A travel blog entry by taydubois on May 26, 2014

... rolled through those, we played heads up charades on my phone. People slowly started to head back to go to bed, but a few of us stayed. When we were done on the beach, we went and got augustinos, and I got a crepe. When we got back to the hotel, we stayed up a little longer talking. Eventually, we all went to bed.

Today, I am going to go for a walk and then probably finish up my shopping in Old Town before class. Less than 2 weeks until I am home!

Yeia sas,


Knights of St. John HQ, and another Ancient Wonder

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick on Oct 07, 2013

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... My Cairo blog here.)

300 Years of Knights on Rhodes
The Knights of St. John, formed in 1099 CE after European forces "took back" Jerusalem during the First Crusade. In a fine demonstration of Christian moral values, the Crusaders quickly proceeded to kill every man, woman and child once they broke through the city walls. The Knights' original mission was to take ...

Athens, GREECE

A travel blog entry by trina.manz on Aug 07, 2013

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... the site of the first modern Olympic Games which was also pretty cool. The stadium was huge and is still used to hold sporting events today. Lastly we made our way up to the Acropolis to look down upon the city. We are really glad we saw the museum the day before so that we could picture everything more clearly. It was awesome! Firstly there was a giant amphitheater that was in pretty good repair built for the lost wife of one of the Greek rulers. Aw. The acropolis ...

Back in Athens...

A travel blog entry by thejoaquins on Jul 31, 2013

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... Stadium, which was built for the first modern Olympics in 1896 and financed by a private donor. It was reconstructed from the remains of a Greek stadium and is the only stadium in the world made entirely out of white marble. The stadium's track is formed after the old model (nowadays they are standardized to different dimensions), and can seat 45,000 spectators. From one side of the stadium spectators ...

Largest island of the Dodecanese (Twelve Islands)

A travel blog entry by abarnes on Jun 05, 2013

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Rhodes is located much closer to Turkey than to Greece, close to the shoreline of Asia Minor and between Greece and Israel.

Rhodes Trivia:

  • Famous for its school of rhetoric, founded in 324 BC, at which distinguished Romans, Cicero, Julius Caesar, Pompey and Tiberius studied.
  • Three sculptors from Rhodes, Agesander, Athinodoros, and Polydoros, produced the world-famous sculpture, Laocoon - the priest ...

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