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We had a morning tour Sue and Darren - a lovely couple who are not about religion and are well travelled and down to earth. We had a great day with them and wish now we were doing the Holy Land with them as they have a car and driver and space for two more......... We were on our way by 0830 and into the old town to see a bit of it before it was closed down to traffic. name the sites stopped pottery - name of vessel lindros lunch walk about white ...
... three ?? mules going down to pick up the wood. Shortly we came to the cave ( you may see a parking lot on your left with busses just keep going.) The cave has an admission of ?? which allows you to walk down about 30 or so stars to the cave. Shoulders and knees must be covered. Although it has obviously been enhanced, you can still experience the essence of the cave. As we arrived the ships tour was just leaving so we had the place to ourselves except for ...
... of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes which contains a very nice museum with sculptures and other finds dating from 1500 BC. We walked around the old town of Rhodes for a few hours in the morning. You can easily get lost in the winding streets, many of which are partially covered by what looked like buttresses from the walls of the city. ...
... being the prolonged siege of the city by Demetrios Poliokertes in 305 bce. In Hellenistic times Rhodes became extremely prosperous through trade and was one of the most influential cultural centers of the Greek world. Later as a province of the Roman empire Rhodes' influence declined, though it was still an important regional capital and was one of the earliest centers of Christianity. Rhodes later became part of ...
... of Pedhi...a quiet fishing village. Here we enjoy a wonderful lunch of saganaki, Aubergine salad and beet root with garlic...all washed down with a litre of the house rose. What a shame our ferry was cancelled!
We return by local bus - an experience in itself. Up the narrow winding streets, over the hill and there again is the wonderful view of Symi in the late afternoon light.
Ah...maybe Thor will keep up his ...