Melenos Lindos Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes which contains a very nice museum with sculptures and other finds dating from 1500 BC. We walked around the old town of Rhodes for a few hours in the morning. You can easily get lost in the winding streets, many of which are partially covered by what looked like buttresses from the walls of the city. ...
... times, the island had important Bronze Age settlements, and at the dawn of the historical era was already famous for its three powerful cities of Lindos, Ialysos, and Kameiros, as mentioned in Homer. In 408 bce these three cities joined to found the island's capital city, also called Rhodes. Rhodes city and island played a vigorous role in subsequent ancient Greek and Roman history, its most memorable ...
... Synagogue, it is Jewish New Year's Eve a special time for John and he really wanted to visit since he could not be at home to celebrate. It's a very spiritual visit for me I gain a better understanding of the Jewish faith and a deeper respect for John. Out the back there is a museum and has plaques with the names of all the Jews taking from Rhodes in WWII it's very moving and almost brings John to tears. We then head down to the beach, I ...
... would also work out in Greece, so again I risked leaving my chain with him for an hour while we went exploring. The repair was done and so it worked out well, with speed and cheapness I would never have found in Townsville. We enjoyed wandering through the cool stone streets and looking in the many shops, until we found an open courtyard area with fountains and cafes,where we enjoyed a drink. We couldn't linger much ...
... into Greece, departure from Greece, and entry back into Turkey. The hydrofoil only takes about an hour and 45 minutes between destinations, so it's a fairly popular day trip from Fethiye. And, yes, I said hydrofoil: this thing, called the "Flying Poseidon", actually raises itself above the water when in motion so it feels a bit like a boat on water skis. And let's just say I could tell when we hit deeper waters, ...