Lindian Gulf

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

Good bye Kos hello Rhodes

A travel blog entry by ruth.donald on Sep 12, 2014

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... Evelyn could not do enough for us, we have maps showing us the best places to eat and shop and making sure we are happy with everything our rooms have a little balcony and you can leave your balcony doors open even when you go out. We headed out to find breakfast at about 10:30 not liking our chances but here's hoping ..which paid of! Evelyn had marked a hotel that did 6€ breakfast we asked ...

It's still dark

A travel blog entry by shirley.wells.3 on Sep 12, 2014

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... very friendly and helpful until he squashed his finger, not sure how but he was not a happy chappy anymore.
Florida Hotel is in our very own lane way. Not much to look at up high but a lazy cat next door nd a very tall tree to break up the roofs. Lady who runs the hotel, Ruth what's her name?, is very helpful had maps and instructions and all the good Greek restaurants close by mapped ...

Rhodes

A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Sep 10, 2014

4 comments, 69 photos

... spectacular views of the surrounding harbour and coastline. On the site itself can be seen a Doric temple to Athena, dating from 300 BC, a monumental staircase and stoa dating from 400 BC, a 87 meter long Hellenistic stoa from 200 BC, a beautiful relief of a rhodian trireme cut into the rock at e base of the acropolis from 200 BC, remains of a roman temple dating from 300 AD and, of course, the castle of the knights of St. John, built in 1317 on the foundations ...

The hot and windy Rhodes

A travel blog entry by alexvarelas on Aug 22, 2014

48 photos

... two statues with deers.
Everyday we would meet with Nanny and Poppy at a cafe near our hotel. Everyone would have coffee and Tom and I played soccer and played on the equipment. We even had a boat ride on a small pond. It was fun.
One day we went to the Grandmaster of the Knights Palace and saw the beautiful old rooms. We also saw old Icons, paintings and mosaics that were hundreds of years old. After the Palace we walked down the Knights Street, which was long ...

Ancient Wonder

A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Aug 20, 2014

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... we didn't bother spending any time on the shore. Following another sweltering bus ride back to the port, we shopped around the city of Rhodes. The city is still enclosed by a stone wall and many of the turrets and other fortifications still stand. Unfortunately, tourism has influenced the local shops so much that they carry the same inventory from shop to shop. Keychains, hats, and other souvenirs didn't seem to vary much between the shops. It would ...