Saturday, September 25, 2010

Our Place in Lindos


If you ever get a chance to come to Rhodes, stay in Lindos. It really is a lovely little village. There are no cars allowed in the village so the town is fairly quiet and safe. The streets are too narrow for vehicles anyway. There is a certain amount of charm in trying to find your way through the rabbit warrens. The place we stayed was wonderful. It was fairly simple amenities wise but had a killer view from the deck. The window in the picture is the way you came out onto this rooftop deck. It was the roof of the home beneath. There was a bedroom, bathroom, kitchenette and second room that could have been a living room if there were only two of us but because we were four, it had two beds in it and not much room for any other movement. It didn’t matter however, because the rooftop deck was the place we all wanted to hang out anyway. It was only 330 pounds for the week. The web link is http://www.ownersdirect.co.uk/greece/GR136.htm

6 comments:

Rhonda Staples said...

Your photos make me want to LIVE there!!!!

Decor & More said...

LLoyds of Europe
We have just caught ourselves up on your adventure. We have had quite a few laughs and tears as we miss you all dearly. The kids laugh hysterically at the videos{please post more}
Glen wanted me to mention what a nerd Tom looks like in his glasses and wonders if this is something that happens to people in Europe.{just kidding} We are going to set up Skype asap. When would be a good timeto see your lovely faces live time?

maryanncart said...

The pictures are fantastic...can hardly wait to see the Ephesus pictures...I think that both Rhys and Julia should be moved ahead at least two grades by the time you get home!!! Can hardly wait to see you at Christmas...Love Mom

Tom said...

thanks for all the comments, so far I have not been able to post video. I feel pretty dumb about it but there it is. I have quite a few too. Turkey is most interesting, will have an update soon. Tom

Mynnette said...

Your kids are at a better age to travel than ours were when we lived in Lux. All Annie and Julie wanted to do was play with the stray kittens everywhere!Love all the news. MSW

Holly said...

Oh that's rich, Mynnette! I cannot tell you how many hours Julia spends petting kittens and puppies! She feels rather put out that they are not a part of our tours.
Holly