Manousos City Hotel
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Having left Singapore at 6:40 am Tuesday morning, I arrived in Marmaris, Turkey about 11 am this morning (Wednesday) - roughly 36 hours in that travel leg, taking account of time differences. I am looking forward to bed tonight - my first night's sleep in a bed since last Sunday night. I was somewhat anxious about travelling Malaysian Airlines, but actually it was quite good - the A380 was only ...
... and was reputed to be 110 feet tall and made in bronze. It only stood for 56 years until an earthquake toppled it into the sea in 224BC. It lay half submerged until an (Egyptian?) scrap dealer carried the pieces away on 900 camels nearly 900 years later! The 'modern day' history in Rhodes began when the Knights of St. John took control in 1309 after being expelled form the Holy Land and the Pope suggested using Rodos as their base to harass Turkish communications. As a result ...
... in the shop when I was trying on the pants. We had to retrace many winding paths but got back and found my camera.
Next was the castle around the main city of Rhodes, which was used by crusaders as a launching point to the holy land. There were lots of souvenir shops inside the old city walls, but the highlight for us was putting our feet in water where a certain type of fish is supposed to ...
We took a 5 hour ferry ride to Rhodes. Rhodes is the largest island in the Dodecanese, in both land size and population. When we arrived in Rhodes it was very hot, and we had to walk Nanny and Poppy to their hotel which was located in the Medieval Old Town of the city. The old town has been declared a World Heritage Site which means they can never make any changes or renovations to it.
We spent five nights in Rhodes and spent some time in the Old Town walking the ...
At the port of Rhodes there remains an old, ancient part of the city that is behind walls made by the Templar Knights. But before we explored it we went on a panoramic tour down the east coast of Rhodes Island. After we drove up Mt. Smith look down on Rhodes northwest coast and to view the ruins of the Temple of Apollo, we made our first stop at a pottery factory. Here we saw a potter whip up a small urn in a matter of minutes. All the pottery in this shop takes the style of ...