Rodos Princess Beach Hotel
Travel Blogs from Kiotari
... this car was broken and since we'd moved only a short distance away from town on the downhill, we turned around to try to get back to town to call Avis. Going back uphill was nearly impossible and we were not even sure we could make it the short distance back up but we finally did at a crawl. That did not prevent some young holiday makers from honking at us from behind (despite us having the hazard lights flashing). Finally, and very laboriously, we did make it to a ...
... meal we visited the Panorama Taverna with an incredible view out into what had become the abyss of blackness from our perch high above the sea. Monolithos is well off of the large-scale tourist track so it was a lot of fun for us to enjoy another fabulous meal (you have to try pretty hard to deprive yourself of such experiences in Greece) in a wonderful setting among many friendly people. All who speak enough English to make you feel incredibly welcome.
... it was packed! Sights were seen which require a swift memory scrub as gouging our eyes out won't remove the memory. Before we witnessed anymore we turned to the cliff and began to climb. Success, once at the top we found a path over the headland. This was a path not often used. We made more of a trail and the trail only stole some of our skin and blood as payment. The was one particular plant which name must be the devil. It tore at us and where it ripped the skin it felt like fire. Worth ...
... for a pillow he had slept on. We laughed for awhile as we tried to work out what it was made of. It has to be a cement block wrapped in cloth.
The buses here force patience and a chill out mind set. They show up when they want. Eventually one stopped for us and we went into town. It's Sunday so not much is open. Fingers crossed we could get ferry tickets. We walked around the marina looking for a company going to where we want for a reasonable price. If someone was pushy ...
... then hiked up to the Acropolis. We came back down the trail used by the donkeys and made our way to the main beach finding some beach glass then some beer and calamari at a tavern. Just before 11:00 Saturday evening, people, again dressed in their finest, began to assemble in the olive branch strewn streets. Many carried unlit candles (some elaborately decorated) and lanterns. Some people went into the church service, some just stopped in the courtyard to kiss ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking