Hotel Helena

Address: 78 Griva Street, Rhodes, Rhodes, Dodecanese, 85100, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 78 Griva Street, Rhodes, is near Medieval City, Ancient Rhodes, Valley of the Butterflies (Peta Loudhes), and Ancient Kamiros.
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      Travel Blogs from Rhodes

      Jennifer Hawkins isn't the only one with long legs

      A travel blog entry by peacelovemusic on Mar 11, 2015

      4 photos

      ... and mountainous, manly vegetated by conifers or sheoak-type trees. The water is typical Med - crystal clear.

      I plan to stay in Marmaris until Saturday, then go to Fethiye to look at another boat. I have no idea how long I will stay here in Turkey; it depends on several things. Here are just a few pix that I took while having lunch today at the marina. Love and best wishes to all.


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      The Island of Rodos (Rhodes)

      A travel blog entry by trakka53 on Nov 27, 2014

      2 comments, 28 photos

      ... the old city walls. The history on the island has been dated back 2500 years ago and had numerous conquerors and occupiers in its day - the Romans, the Turks, the Italians, the Germans, the British. The Dorian Greeks built the massive fortress and with a protected harbour it remained impregnable through many sieges. The Colossus, for which Rhodes is famous and was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, was built to honour the sun god Helios and was located near to ...

      Two Rhodes scholars

      A travel blog entry by stuart.snyder on Oct 15, 2014

      8 photos

      ... up to a castle at the top which like many medieval fortresses replace Greek and roman temples and reused much of the marble from the prior temples. The view of the Aegean sea from the top was amazing. The top of the castle had ancient roman rooms. You could take a donkey up to the top, but we were advised against it as some people fall off and get injured. I got a nice linen pants and almost left ...

      Rhodes

      A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Sep 10, 2014

      4 comments, 69 photos

      ... of entirely pedestrian cobblestone alleys. It is also a large archaeological site, with remains of a Greek town, including a fantastic theatre built directly into the bedrock, and the famous acropolis on lindos, which is located on a natural citadel above the town, which has been fortified and deified successively by the Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, the knights of St. John and the ottomans. This makes the site an incredible melting pot of history, as well ...

      Day 30 - First Sea Sick Day

      A travel blog entry by halleyc on May 03, 2014

      10 photos

      ... was a lot of work just to see a bunch of rocks on the bottom of the ocean.

      Once back to shore, I raced back to the boat to lie down for awhile. I also choked down a few of the chalky seasick pills from the front desk. Michelle and I made cocktail hour and dinner that night, but she went right after dinner, and I wasn’t far behind. It was some much needed rest. After all, we were going to Santorini the next day, and neither of us wanted to miss ...