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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... an earthquake. The Italians rebuilt it in 1938. The Italians have done a great job but spoilt it by decorating inside with a lot of Italian furniture, relocated mosaic floors etc. from Ancient Greek sites. Amazing! We then had free time to wander the streets. The Main Street that leads from the Palace is called The Avenue of Knights and inns are located along here that once housed the knights of various nationalities e.g. Inn of Spain, Inn of France. Wandered the narrow lanes ...
... on Sunday. ��
I (last minute) decided to do my open water scuba diving course in Lindos before I left so spent the beggining of this week studying and diving all day long. AMAZING! I've finished now and am qualified to dive anywhere in the world. Can't wait to use it in the Great Barrier Reef... I'm going to find Nemo!!!
Getting pretty excited for the whole trip. Including England and seeing all my friends, and for ...
... up to a castle at the top which like many medieval fortresses replace Greek and roman temples and reused much of the marble from the prior temples. The view of the Aegean sea from the top was amazing. The top of the castle had ancient roman rooms. You could take a donkey up to the top, but we were advised against it as some people fall off and get injured. I got a nice linen pants and almost left ...
... the island capital into a fortified city able to withstand sieges. The medieval city is located within a wall 4 km long within the main city. Otherwise Rhodes is dull, dusty and uninspiring, although from the beach you can easily see the mountains of Turkey. We stayed here for about 4 nights the big bonus with accommodation was we found a washing machine hidden in a cupboard on the balcony. Clean clothes at last, laundromats are ...
... showcases a mixture of Byzantine and medieval styles. Built on a sheer cliff, it felt precarious at times to walk along the castle's ruined walls. Once again, we had the ruins to ourselves. After Kritinia, we drove to Monolithos, a14th-century castle built on top of a solitary rock rising up from the water. Our very busy friends the Knights Hospitaller built this castle, as well, to control the sea and guard against pirates. The castle's location alone made it ...