Melenos Lindos Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... from the port. There is a decent travel sleeping window to be made use of. We are the first tour bus to arrive for the day so we quickly head through the town and up the hill (via the traditional donkey of course) to reach the top before the thousands of other tourists start flocking in. The acropolis looks like a castle, it has massive walls or sheer cliffs around the entire complex, towers, a portcullis, archer niches and above the ...
... table and lapping up that cooling sea breeze.
Back in the car this time we returned to Rhodes via the ritzy beach resort side of the island, this a beautiful summer island, the resort areas look divine and their sea views are breathtaking. All of the island we saw incomplete houses, the local all abandon these project during the summer because no matter what you do in winter, almost everyone on the island works in tourism during summer. ...
... 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, ...
... Following a little rest and some unpacking, we set out for a lunch, something that we were both looking forward to after almost 2 months of Turkish food. In some ways it is very similar, in others, nothing is the same. We went in to a restaurant that we saw on the walk to the hotel and were rewarded with a mixed mezze plate of delicious Greek morsels and some house wine that was nasty. The waiter saw that we were having difficulty with the ...
... 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 ...