Tassos Studios

Lindos, Rhodes, Dodecanese, 85107, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lindos

Rhodes

A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Jul 30, 2014

9 photos

... are boiling oil channels, not to mention the bridge you would have had to have gone across to get to the entrance (It has similarities to the bridge down in the Mines of Moria) It's no wonder the acropolis was never taken by force. The magistrate of the town (who lived on the first level) would have felt as safe as can be. The views from the top of the third level (which housed the temple) were awesome. We had views of the town ...

Rhodes Chill

A travel blog entry by aurisch on Jul 19, 2014

38 photos

... well. I now had to keep up with two donkeys who run up this mountain a hundred times a day, between the gradient, the rocky path way, the donkey droppings that coated the path and weight of the night before I was was buggered trying to keep up. Kids on the other hand were full of encouragement - "Dad this is soo cool, did you see the view? Dad, Dad, keep up!"
Eventually even the Donkeys can't go any further and it by foot into the ...

Rhodes

A travel blog entry by storyquilter on Jul 19, 2014

19 photos

When I was planning this trip, I didn't know much about the ports that we were going to, it was just the idea of going to Greece. When we docked at Rhodes, I got really excited. We docked right outside of the medieval city walls. So cool. From a distance, I love this time period. Probably I wouldn't love it so much if ...

Island hopping in the Greek Isles - Rhodes

A travel blog entry by maccanat29 on Jul 15, 2014

13 photos

... Towards the end of our stay on Rhodes, we took a 55km bus trip to Lindos, which is about half way down the east coast of the island. It's famous for its ruins and its beaches. We could have taken the donkey up the mountain but one whiff of the donkey poo in the 35 degree heat put paid to that! We admired the ruins from afar that day and instead headed to the local's beach to swim in the clear water and for Andrew to do bombies off the rocks!
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Key, Please

A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jun 28, 2014

... would be caused us an immense amount of stress.

I ran out of the hotel to meet the driver and very graciously expressed my happiness at his arrival. He sort of shrugged while still in the truck and muttered something along the lines of, "Hmph". OK, he doesn't speak English. No problem. We got everything out of the broken down car as the tow truck driver unhooked what surely was to be our new car. Other than the "Hmph", the tow truck driver did not speak a ...