Saturday, June 06, 2009

Rhodes, Greece

Rhodes, Greece is definitely founded upon medieval gothic empires of French, Spanish, and Moorish influence. The island is surrounded by a giant stone wall, a fortress if you will. Many interesting details are woven into the fabric of the city. The city relies on tourism to feed from, and there were many bazaars. The calamari was delicious though. It was a very hot afternoon, but some gelato was favorable and some light shopping. The town is a virtual winding pattern of rock and stone with occasional interesting details. There is a large castle there, which I passed on touring, but it was an interesting place anyhow.

I am turning 32 in two months and two days, however I am feeling 80 about now.

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