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... and old Christian catacombs. There are also the old remains of a Byzantine fortress. Dominican monks live here today. Amazing! Although we did not get to see them, there are the remains of a 4th century Temple on the acropolis of Lindos and from here you can see St. Paul's Bay where he is said to have sought shelter during a storm. Down to the old city and we walked along the pebble paved streets to the Palace of the Grand Masters. This was built in the 1400s and destroyed in ...
... love a bit of Athens. Crazy how the next two weeks are going to fly and before I know it I'll be on that long flight on my way to the other side of the world.
So my last two days in Lindos look something like this. Mum and I are doing the xmas craft fair in pilona tomorrow so she's been making/painting/baking like crazy. NicNic is coming along to say bye and Kimbo too. Then Sunday- we are celebrating Christmas as I'm going to miss seeing ...
... the old dead skin. I didn't notice much difference, but Kinda thinks it was beneficial for her feet.
We walked back to the ship and saw the Queen Elizabeth docked next to our which held several thousand people and dwarfed our cruise ship. I don't think a bigger ship would be any better and personally I prefer exploring new places than staying on the ship and ours had good food and plenty to do.
... the island rather than rent a car. We learn so much more that way. As it turned out, our guide, Andreas, from Romania, was driving us and another couple in a very nice and comfortable car. He was incredibly knowledgeable and could talk on any topic relates to the island and it's history. Our first stop was Lindos. For €6, we could walk through all the tourist shops and restaurant and up the hill to the temple to ...
... a bus from Rhodes to Lindos for a couple of hours, catch another bus back, then spend the rest of the time in Rhodes before the ferry departs. Another change of plan - the bus, when it departs, takes 1hr 20mins each way. All the sums came to too large a number, so we did not go to Lindos. Instead, we walked to the Temple of Apollo and the Stadium a couple of kilometres out of town, then walked back to the old ...