Mitsis Rhodos Village Beach Hotel
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... tiny city of Lindos. The entire city can be captured in one photograph. At the bottom part is the beach, the middle part is the town, and the top part is the acropolis which holds a small castle in ruins. It turns out that there are no cars through this town so the only way to get around is either by walking or by donkey! From the base of the city tithe acropolis it is about a 20 to 30 min walk. Well, of course we are going to take ...
... already impressed! This place looks like the castles and towns that you see in the story books and movies, the ones that Karen drew as a little girl! For a little history...the town is located within a 4km long wall (including a surrounding moat), and within the town, there are roughly two hundred nameless streets, so its quite easy to get lost in here! This town has about 6,000 inhabitants, businesses, restaurants, hotels, shops, cafes, museums, and a lot of ...
Felt a bit sad having breakfast, knowing that this time tomorrow we would be back home in cooler climes.
We had a few hours snorkelling and sunning at Tsampika beach, then on the drive back to the hotel we stopped at a good vista point for some last minute pictures.
Had a brief siesta on returning to the hotel, we have a horrible late night/early morning flight (kinda ...
Our last full day :-(
Had such a lovely relaxing time though. Our last day was spent relaxing at Tsampika beach, be rude not to really lol.
We got to the beach about 11ish, then immediately hit the water for some more snorkelling/fish watching etc. Most of the day was spent snorkelling, sunning (made good head-way with my next Kindle book).
When the sun started to go down, we called it a day with the sun bathing - we went for a walk ...
Sunday is officially the day of rest - we managed to do plenty of resting/chilling out today.
Needed it after packing a lot of the touristy things into 3 days.
We headed back to Tsampika beach for some much needed R&R. We left for the beach early and were there by 11am.
We found a sun bed and parasol, then went in to the water for some snorkelling. We found some man-eating flat fish. My boyfriend's feet obviously ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking