Mitsis Rhodos Village Beach Hotel
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... to us; he spoke two. "Key, please", he said to Lynn, so she got the key from me and handed it to him. He used it to unlock the steering and get the car onto his tow truck rigging, from which he had freed the replacement car in short order. Then, he got into his truck and started to maneuver his new load through the dirt parking lot we were in. We thought for sure he was just positioning out of the way so that we could sign something, or get a new rundown on our new car, ...
... here is very impressive and makes the fortress visit a much more enjoyable historical and cultural experience. Departing down the Grand Staircase (a concept common in so many historic residences of great rulers), we departed the palace and had concluded our time in the old town.
Next, we were off to the airport to pick up our Avis rental car. I mention the company name only because it was a lousy experience from the beginning to (nearly) the end. ...
... for a swim at one, which didn't last long as the water tasted like petrol. There were people parasailing, banana boating, and trying out all the other strange boat toys on offer. We continued to walk, hoping for a clean, quiet bay. Finally we found a peak that would surely lead to our perfect beach, we rounded the corner and it was perfect!! Then we discovered not only a few beach bananas and potatoes, but ALL bananas and potatoes, not a swim suit could be seen. It was the nudist ...
... floors and stairways. We walked around exploring until we discovered we had run out of energy and could not walk any further. So now we had to walk back to the bus stop. Argh.
We caught the bus and dozed off along the way, then discovered the bus was not going to the spot we got on at. It was a long walk back to the guesthouse. We stopped and got groceries then walked the many km's back before we collapsed at 6.30 into the pool. It was a perfect pool and 2.8 m deep. Love ...
... older' generation that we spoke with do not like it. We spent our Easter Sunday driving around the south end of the island, particularly to Prassonissi. Prassonissi (green island) is where the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean meet. During the winter, when the waters are high, Prassonissi is indeed an island. During the summer, when waters are low, it is a peninsula attached to Rhodes. On the Mediterranean side the water is calmer than the Aegean side where the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking