Sheraton Rhodes Resort
Travel Blogs from Ixia
... of running!! Yippee. Poor skipper had a bit of an upset tummy last night. Poor poor skipper. However on the bright side he will not have to use the loo for a while......... Enough said. All better this morning. All in all relaxing so far. Today we are off to Dirsek a small bay with a single restaurant that is not accessible by road. Photos etc will be uploaded as they are ...
Very beautiful old city and ruins. 300 days of sunshine a year. Visited the Knights of St John castle. We have now visited the 7 wonders of the Ancient Greek and Roman world without really trying! Very warm day again but moderately cooler at 31 than they had 3 days ago - 47c. Sailed to Symi this afternoon, a very beautiful town with colourful houses perched on the side of the harbour. Had to have a banana ...
... medieval castle walls atop the site of the original temple and it's surely a worthwhile historic place to visit, despite the crowds. In fact, many of the people that day were actually staying at Lindos as opposed to other wonderful towns on Rhodes. Which we soon learned all about.
After a pleasant stroll back through town that seemed less burdensome since we were now the ones going downhill we visited the historic Orthodox church. Lynn and I both were required ...
I chew the human to bits and then swallow the bits of flesh floating under the water. I swim under the water searching for more stuff to eat. As I swim across the large expanse of water I run into a few submarine mines and they explode the moment I hit them burning my flesh, but the mines don't kill me so I swim to the surface to regain some of my health by eating another unlucky person. Out of nowhere a huge great white shark swims out of the depths of ...
... to its original design. Nevertheless, it's an austere and imposing place, part fortress and part palace and is certainly worth a visit.
Of particular note were some wonderfully designed floors in some of the grander rooms that featured intricate mosaics and patterned marble flooring. The real treat, though, is in the large museum housed on the bottom two floors. Similar in content and concept as other archaeological museums in Greece, ...
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