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Rhodes and Symi

A travel blog entry by kdickson

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Very beautiful old city and ruins. 300 days of sunshine a year. Visited the Knights of St John castle. We have now visited the 7 wonders of the Ancient Greek and Roman world without really trying! Very warm day again but moderately cooler at 31 than they had 3 days ago - 47c. Sailed to Symi this afternoon, a very beautiful town with colourful houses perched on the side of the harbour. Had to have a banana ...

Key, Please

A travel blog entry by haysnoe

... and drink service at our lounge chairs so were easily able to put the fiasco of earlier in the day behind us.

Back in Monolithos for the night, we delighted in yet another fantastic dinner in Greece at a small taverna there. We laughed and laughed the rest of the day and night about the tow truck driver's terseness but were grateful to be back on track with an operating car and a great place to stay with amazing views from high above the sea.




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The Colossus of Rhodes is a medieval walled city

A travel blog entry by grandtour2014

I chew the human to bits and then swallow the bits of flesh floating under the water. I swim under the water searching for more stuff to eat. As I swim across the large expanse of water I run into a few submarine mines and they explode the moment I hit them burning my flesh, but the mines don't kill me so I swim to the surface to regain some of my health by eating another unlucky person. Out of nowhere a huge great white shark swims out of the depths of ...

Mussolini Stayed Here

A travel blog entry by haysnoe

In order to see Rhodes' most-hyped attraction, the Grand Palace of the Masters, we got an early start since we were scheduled to pick up a rental car for our journey south into the reaches of the smaller towns at noon. As usual, this early start put us out in the tourism maelstrom at a time before most had appeared and let us have a good tour of the palace without too many companions. This large and magnificent palace, began in the 1300s and re-built many ...

The Road in Rhodes All Lead to Rhodes

A travel blog entry by haysnoe

... 150 feet tall! Modern archaeologists believe that the Colossus actually stood elsewhere at a temple, though in all artistic depictions of it these days it is shown straddling the port entrance.

The sunset boat cruise was a blast and was accompanied by predictable traditional Greek music but all but the one young girl onboard with her father seemed to love it. After a delightful taverna dinner we called it a night, ready for an early start the next morning, a "travel" ...

 

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