Address: 7 Agias Paraskevis, Ialyssos, Rhodes, Dodecanese, 85101, Greece | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 7 Agias Paraskevis, Ialyssos, is near Ancient Rhodes, Ancient Kamiros, The Acropolis of Rhodes, and Kritinia Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Ialyssos

Crete and Rhodes

A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Sep 09, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... through the old walled part of the city with a guide. We met our guide at 8am and for the next three hours she took us through narrow alleyways, into very old buildings and up and down cobbled streets. We visited the Palace of the Grand Master built on the highest point of the city and the Street of the Knights where the medieval knights lived after they were expelled from Jerusalem and before they went to Malta.

We spent about an hour ...

The Departure

A travel blog entry by kevandm on Sep 09, 2015

... plenty of time to avoid any hassles. Beep! beep! that was the alarm clock. A freshen up and off to get that taxi. Arrived at the airport in good time, checked in and then sat and waited for our flight. Kevin felt thirsty it was 6.00 am he felt like a coke. Justification for having a coke at 6.00 am was based on saying it was okay as it was 1.00 pm in Perth. To know Kevin is to love Kevin!! The fun is about to ...

Crossing borders

A travel blog entry by markandgina on Sep 05, 2015

Hannah and Owen had jumped ship the night before, seeking cold air and comfortable sleep courtesy of Mr Dim. We said goodbye to Andy and Sabine with hugs and plans to meet in a few months in Thailand, then took a small yellow taxi to Fethiye to board the ferry from Turkey to Greece. Another passport stamp and an exit from Turkey, heading for Greece. We stood on the back of the boat with the smokers and crossed the bay we had crossed so ...

The Acropolis of Lindos

A travel blog entry by newsbob on Sep 04, 2015

14 photos

... were ousted from Rhodes in 1522 and exiled to Malta (see previous travel blog entry.)

Getting there required climbing a lot of steep steps, although donkeys were available to take visitors up a different, steeper path, albeit for a fee. There weren’t many takers, even though it was another really hot and humid day.

Only a few of the original structures remain, including some columns.

A few ...

Day 43: Following the Knights of St John

A travel blog entry by snidjud on Sep 04, 2015

9 photos

After a day at sea (and some time to recharge our batteries), we were in Rhodes today. It was hot, especially in the enclosed alleys of the old town. The history of Rhodes goes back to the ancient Greeks. During the Middle Ages, the island became the stopping point for passing Crusaders on their way to mix it up with the Muslims. We began to hear stories about the Knights of St John in Malta. Now, we come across much ...