Pefkos Beach Hotel

Pefki, Rhodes, Pefkos, Rhodes, Dodecanese, 85 107, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Pefki, Rhodes, Pefkos.
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    Travel Blogs from Pefkos

    Gallipoli and Ephesus.

    A travel blog entry by kimanddarryl on May 07, 2014

    6 photos

    After leaving Istanbul early in the morning, we travelled to Gallipoli. Our tour guide provided a lot of information about what happened and why. We started at the area where ANZAC memorials are now held, facing out across the Aegean Sea. Behind us is a very long ridge which resembles the Great Sphinx in Egypt. It was called this because the soldiers trained there and could see a resemblance. Next we went to Anzac Cove and looked through one ...

    Kusadasi, Troy, Pergamon & Adaland

    A travel blog entry by bretquinlan on Aug 06, 2012

    29 photos

    ... see Ephesus - or - hours fun going down water slides escaping Turkey's extreme summer heat! ...so we split in two! Me and Hays were keen for a day off from touring and the Waterpark provided that. The guys that returned from Ephesus said it was amazing but so was the waterpark ;) We did mange to see ruins of Pergamon which were fascinating, especially the 10,000 seat theatre lying on the side of a mountain. Very ...

    Ankara to the coast: Bodrum and Lake Bafa

    A travel blog entry by emilyribick on Jun 12, 2012

    4 photos

    Although the coast has been a more adventurous to say the least, I was a little sad to see Ankara and METU go! One of my favorite parts about staying on campus was meeting other students. Our group became close friends with a Syrian student named Kanjo. Not only was Kanjo fun, friendly and an overall awesome dude, he turned out to be one of the most courageous people I've ever met. He told our group about the senseless violence going on in Syria right now. ...

    Turkish Bizarre

    A travel blog entry by traveladdicts on Oct 21, 2011

    39 photos

    ... ridiculous, outrageous and unfair but that's the way it is. So this time, to make sure we did not miss one of the most important ports of the cruise, we bought a tour through the cruise line. The cost was $64 per person and for that we got a 'self guided’ version. Rather than follow a guide around, we would use ipods with English descriptions of the various ruins. Sounded ummmm, reasonably good – the guide on ...

    Turkey: Part 1 - Kusadasi

    A travel blog entry by s.french.f-n on Aug 02, 2011

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... some candles. Continuing throughout the complex, we saw the fountains with holy water and a petition wall. The petition wall was covered in papers, tissues, ribbons, fabric…anything that people could write on and attach their prayers to the wall. The immense amount of petitions was powerful. I would say that was quite possibly one of the coolest places that we have gotten to go the whole trip. While it was simple in nature, ...