Star Lindos Hotel
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Very beautiful old city and ruins. 300 days of sunshine a year. Visited the Knights of St John castle. We have now visited the 7 wonders of the Ancient Greek and Roman world without really trying! Very warm day again but moderately cooler at 31 than they had 3 days ago - 47c. Sailed to Symi this afternoon, a very beautiful town with colourful houses perched on the side of the harbour. Had to have a banana ...
... Greek columns at the top. Having been built on a steep-sided bluff meant that views in all directions were stunning, with the sea to the east, the harbor to the north, mountains and the town to the west, and a smaller and more dramatic port to the south.
Much of the ancient Greek columns have been restored, but the sense of the original site is impressive, especially considering its impressive vantage point so high above the town and sea. There are ...
... and lands a big mouthful on me, extinguishing my health. I die a painless death. "F**K" I say as I watch my lifeless shark sink down through the water on my tablet. Dad, Mum, Moya and I were on a plane flying across the Aegean Sea “Seamus put the game away we’re landing soon ok” mum said. I nodded a yes back to mum. Plane flights can be a real pain in the rear end sometimes but not when you have a tablet full to the brim with video ...
... here is very impressive and makes the fortress visit a much more enjoyable historical and cultural experience. Departing down the Grand Staircase (a concept common in so many historic residences of great rulers), we departed the palace and had concluded our time in the old town.
Next, we were off to the airport to pick up our Avis rental car. I mention the company name only because it was a lousy experience from the beginning to (nearly) the end. ...
... that led us into a small museum of Roman artifacts.
Few other tourists had bothered to make the detour so while we found the exhibit to be exceptional, we also had it largely to ourselves. Heading off to circuit the defensive walls we had to first enter the legendary Palace of the Knights and while there were long lines queued there were virtually no people entering the separate entrance to the walls, so we had few visitors with us there, either. Without a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking