Tivoli Hotel & Apartments
Travel Blogs from Faliraki
For as long as I remember, we went to Greece on holiday every year when I was a child. Then, we took a boat trip to Turkey for the day, and that appeared to change the lives of everyone (but that's another story)
*LOOK AWAY IF QUEASY*
We returned to Greece when I was about 13, and stayed in a lovely hotel in ...
... war goddess of protection and patron of arts and crafts) was located. The original temple dates back to the 4th century BC. It was further expanded in the 3rd-1st centuries BC. It was a important religious site and even Alexander the Great was known to have visited the temple to offer sacrifices. Most people know Rhodes not for the Acropolis but for being the site of one of the 7 ancient wonders of the world: the Colossus of Rhodes. This ...
... This was one of the 65. Oh, my; did it pour. Fortunately, the clouds and thunder and lightning warning caught my attention so I settled under an umbrella table at The Archipeligo Restaurant on one of the main squares of the Old Town. Soon, I was shifting to a table in the back; the rains were too much for the canvas protection near the street.
I enjoyed a local beer and a margharita pizza while I ...
... peale. 2,20 €, saareekskursioon on hinna sees.
Bakery lady yawns in the morning on her balcony.
It's a bit frightening to see giant Diagoras maneuvering in the tiny port of Symi. The island disappears quickly into fog.
I'm offered a room in Rhodes airport but spent my time with having breakfast instead. Then go to the bus. Island excursion is ...
... pakitud mõni kohvik või tavern.
It's half cloudy and that’s good. Today will be a day to do things that have not been done until now. Proseminary and Arabic.
Fly enters and leaves the room. Clouds appear and disappear.
Every evening some cafe or taverna has been packed ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking