Hotel Smartline Kolymbia Star
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- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... on the Kolona Harbour, near the tower and lighthouse of St. Nicholas. The church was beautiful inside and had large chandelier s in it. The Deers were mounted on pillars by the Italians, legendary folk law has it the they keep a watch over Kolona Harbour. From here we travelled towards the airport near the hillside ancient site of Acropolis, stopped and took pics of the coastline and visited the Temple of Apollo. The temple was built by ...
... which was a pretty spot. Nearby was the Metropolitan Church of Annunciation, situated on the Kolona Harbour near the tower & lighthouse of St. Nicholas. The church was beautiful inside with a large chandelier in it. From here we travelled toward the airport near the hillside of ancient site of Acropolis, stopped & took pics of the coastline also visited the Temple of Apollo. The Temple was built by the ancient Greeks, situated high on a hill ...
... expelled from Spain during the Inquisition.
We learned all this after we passed a sign pointing us up a street to the Kahal Kadosh Shalom synagogue, built in 1577.
It is different from most synagogues with which we have become familiar. Instead of an altar and ark containing the holy Torah scrolls at the front of the building, the Sephardic tradition calls for a "tevah" reading table in the center ...
... read about the place because they have had more battles than breakfasts through history. The most interesting part began in 1309 when the Knights of St John were expelled from the Holy Land so they settled and fortified Rhodes. The Turks had a go at Rhodes in 1453 but they were repelled but after some time, the Turks won the battle and the Knights moved to Malta.
Like a lot of cities we have seen, we enter and leave through the city gates which formed part of the fortress around ...
... third - and is trying to manage crippling 26% unemployment while still trimming the budget. Maybe, ultimately, it will be judged too big to fail. Certainly average Greeks are well-educated about their own history and civilisation, especially in the notions of democracy and philosophy, and have a quiet confidence that everything will work out well, given time. Greeks take the long-term view in everything, from politics, to building a house, ...