Lindian Gulf

Lindos, Rhodes, Dodecanese, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lindos

Rhodes

A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Jul 30, 2014

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... the harbour and port and even St John's hidden inlet where he was said to have holed up for awhile. On our way back down the hill to the town we stop for some fizzy so we actually have the energy to make it back to the bus, we are amazed by the thousands of people lining up to get in to the acropolis. No wonder our tour guide was so stoked to be the first bus that arrived. Time for another nap on the bus as we head to Rhodes old town ...

Rhodes Chill

A travel blog entry by aurisch on Jul 19, 2014

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... While Gab and I were admiring the decorations and talking to our guide, the kids had found the candles and lit one each, luckily it was almost empty.
We drove up the coast towards the Rhodes Acropolis, today just a few columns and an arch, the more impressive site is on the coast side as you look back down on the picturesque beach and resort areas.
It always sounds like a scam so when Tony suggested we visit a local ceramics family ...

Rhodes

A travel blog entry by storyquilter on Jul 19, 2014

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... a serf back then. Our tour today was to be a walking tour of medieval Rhodes, and it was, but it was also too much recent and not so recent greek history and ended up with a long discussion of greek statuary. Rhodes screamed crusades to me. Again from the distance of several centuries, facinating. Up close, ...

Island hopping in the Greek Isles - Rhodes

A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Jul 15, 2014

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... mid morning and set off with our cases to find the hotel. It was blazing hot and for some reason, the roads are paved with river stones, laid on the short end (see photo). Looks gorgeous but it makes it nigh on impossible to drag the suitcase. And Andrew is dragging mine (the heavy one) as he has the muscle!

We arrived at the hotel, hot, sweaty and very pleased to be greeted so warmly by the owner. It was as if we were long lost ...

Key, Please

A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 28, 2014

... and drink service at our lounge chairs so were easily able to put the fiasco of earlier in the day behind us.

Back in Monolithos for the night, we delighted in yet another fantastic dinner in Greece at a small taverna there. We laughed and laughed the rest of the day and night about the tow truck driver's terseness but were grateful to be back on track with an operating car and a great place to stay with amazing views from high above the sea.




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