Castello di Rodi
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... it was delicious. After a light walk around tom and Bridget take Asher home for a nap and Amy and I go jewelry shopping for gifts and of course ourselves. Amy knows her stuff. We finish all gift shopping first, then we find a beautiful white gold and pearl ring for me. Being in decisive we decide to get a juice. Naturally we make friends with some locals at the cafe who ...
... We can hear wild parrots and people chatting. Exhausted we go to bed. After a long sleep in its time to explore the old town. Holy **** this is what has been missing from my life for while. There are no cars/motorbikes just people on foot. Beautiful medieval buildings and streets. Full of Europeans. Zero ***** given. I love these people. Lots of walking, exploring, taking photos and drinking summer drinks. Amy, tom & Asher will arrive later ...
... best but we decide on a place overlooking the centre square, would you like a large beer for yourself and a medium for your wife, yes please. OMG it is in the shape of a boot and holders 1.5 litres of beer,at first I thought it was a jug for both of us but no it is all mine. Ah well when in Rhodes. We return to the boat and meet up for a game of cards a drink and ...
... attached to one side. The pebble work on the outdoor courtyards was very pretty, and generally the place had a nice peaceful tranquil feel to it. Found a backstreet restaurant for lunch. Away from the dreadful hawkers and their 2 litre glass boots of beer. Then we meandered back on board and had a nice swim and spa at the back pool. My god I even felt cold for once. Another buffet at the back of the boat which wasn't as nice as last time. Then off to the karaoke which was a dead ...
Happy Birthday Daddy!! We arrived at our first Greek island, Rhodes, to celebrate his 45th birthday. We ate breakfast on the ship and were touring the town by 10 am. We were able to plan our route while looking at the view on our balconies. The island of Rhodes is very old and medieval like. It is wrapped in a 12 m thick stone wall, with castles on the inside. We spent the morning walking around the beautiful old town and toured The Palace of the Grand Master. It was a ...