Mitsis Rhodos Village Beach Hotel

Address: Kiotari, Rhodes, Dodecanese, 85109, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in Kiotari, is near Palace of the Grand Masters and Lady of the Castle Cathedral (Panagia tou Kastrou).
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      Travel Blogs from Kiotari

      Day Trip

      A travel blog entry by shirley.wells.3 on Sep 14, 2014

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      ... off for the whatever on the top of the hill and Ruth and I looked for "The Square" not sure we found it but did find a couple of shops and a lovely restaurant " The Village Cafe" where we had quesadillas. I watched the lady make the guacamole and it was all delicious. Back down the hill to the beach,which was chockers with umbrellas and people of all shapes, sizes and coverage. Some people really should cover more! I had a quick dip then onto the boat ready to ...

      Horseback riding to the beach

      A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Sep 13, 2014

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      Today, Saturday, I decided to take the local bus and go horseback riding. Judy is concerned about her hip, so she will stay in Old Town and poke around. We are back at George's for breakfast. This might be the first time that I've ever had hummus and pita for breakfast. Very filling. The next part of my adventure involved figuring out the buses. One bus company serves the east side of the island and the other company ...

      Some Say It's a Miracle, But I'm Not Saying Sh*t

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 29, 2014

      1 comment

      ... ians for well over 1,000 years) inside the 18th Century church. At one point in the 19th Century, an important Turkish ruler had come to the monastery on a regular tour of the countryside to harass and destroy as many Christ-ian churches as possible. In a moment of rage he stabbed at this painting with a dagger. His blade broke and his hand became paralyzed, but most miraculously the holy mother began to bleed actual blood! So astonished and transfixed was this ...

      Key, Please

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 28, 2014

      ... would be caused us an immense amount of stress.

      I ran out of the hotel to meet the driver and very graciously expressed my happiness at his arrival. He sort of shrugged while still in the truck and muttered something along the lines of, "Hmph". OK, he doesn't speak English. No problem. We got everything out of the broken down car as the tow truck driver unhooked what surely was to be our new car. Other than the "Hmph", the tow truck driver did not speak a ...

      Mussolini Stayed Here

      A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 27, 2014

      ... t able to use it in cooking but it did give our otherwise lousy rental car a little bit of nice aroma. This woman's graciousness is typical of nearly all of our interactions with our hosts in Greece, regardless of their location.

      As we headed south towards our new home in the small town of Monolithos, we got the chance to stop at a wonderful Venetian castle and enjoyed increasingly-unbelievable beauty on our drive along the coast. Though we did ...