Hotel Smartline Kolymbia Star
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- Tennis Court
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... through the old walled part of the city with a guide. We met our guide at 8am and for the next three hours she took us through narrow alleyways, into very old buildings and up and down cobbled streets. We visited the Palace of the Grand Master built on the highest point of the city and the Street of the Knights where the medieval knights lived after they were expelled from Jerusalem and before they went to Malta.
We spent about an hour ...
... people you know from Perth. After a short conversation with them we tried to get a bit of dirt on Garry the only thing they could tell us was that Garry was a 'Penguin' much the same as his brother Kevin. We will leave this with you to try and solve this description of him. Again the flight was cruisy found our luggage and off to find Costa the taxi driver when Susie and Michael kindly offered their services to ...
Hannah and Owen had jumped ship the night before, seeking cold air and comfortable sleep courtesy of Mr Dim. We said goodbye to Andy and Sabine with hugs and plans to meet in a few months in Thailand, then took a small yellow taxi to Fethiye to board the ferry from Turkey to Greece. Another passport stamp and an exit from Turkey, heading for Greece. We stood on the back of the boat with the smokers and crossed the bay we had crossed so ...
... were ousted from Rhodes in 1522 and exiled to Malta (see previous travel blog entry.)
Getting there required climbing a lot of steep steps, although donkeys were available to take visitors up a different, steeper path, albeit for a fee. There weren’t many takers, even though it was another really hot and humid day.
Only a few of the original structures remain, including some columns.
A few ...
... of the town. In Rhodes, the hospitallers have been replaced by the restauranteurs; there must be 500 tavernas in the old town. And, every restaurant owner is out on the streets/alleys trying to entice you in. In between the restaurants are just as many souvenir shops! We stopped for coffee (of course) at a place that was off the main drags; at €7.40 for two coffees it was probably a bit of a rip off, but it was ...