Malibu Beach Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
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... br> On Thursday morning we rejoiced in the luxury of sleeping in and eating breakfast after the tour groups left the hotel.
Then we walked the 4.5 km along the seafront to the old city of Rhodes. On the edges of the ancient building there is a very nice shopping area and we took some time to browse in the shops before we walked in the old town finding a lovely restaurant at the end of a ...
Blue skies, no clouds and three mosquito bites. What a way to wake up. But I would rather wake up to a mosquito bite than being bitten by a scorpion. We killed a second one last night. Not quite an animal you want to have closer contact with. Karsten made menemen for breakfast and we were indecisive what we wanted to do. First we ...
... most of the evening jamming and forcing the other two surfers to sing to their dislike and our suffering ears. See the videos!!
It was a great experience and both Larissa and Victor are very generous and thoughtful people. They hosted over 150 people in the last 18 months and the guy leaving the day we arrived had been there for 20 days.
I signed up to a Greek train booking site before leaving the UK as you ...
... while Dan hustled across town to get into the Jewish Museum before closing time. It's adjacent to a beautiful synagogue, Kal Kadosh Shalom. We joined up later at Archeology to see a Louvre-mounted exhibition on Rhodes as the gateway to the ancient Eastern ...
Weather still gorgeous.
Why the title? This was a gorgeous short stop at this mountainous Island, 41 km N.W of Rhodes of 65.5 sq.km. The population of 2,580, which increases to 6,000 during the tourist season, is mostly engaged in tourism, fishing and trade. (In the 19th century ship building and sponge were main industries.) We arrived 5.00pm, sailing ...