The typical drinks ordered in Rhodes Island, which are also the same in most of Greece, are wine, beer and the traditional Greek ouzo.
The Rhodes Island is one of the largest islands in Greece on the Eastern Aegean Sea. It also is home to one of the most famous Seven Wonders of the World, the Colossus of Rhodes!
Olive oil is a very common ingredient used in almost every Rhodian dish in Rhodes gastronomy and cuisine.
A traditional Greek menu consists of the following three componenets: Appetizes (mezze), Main course, and of course, the desserts.
The famous Rhodian deer statue is a symbol of the Island of Rhodes and is painted on many souvenir items.
Walking on the cobblestone streets of the Old Town in the market, you will find many stands selling lots of knick-knacks and pieces of art as souvenir reminders of the lovely island.
Visit the perfectly preserved and well known Old Town of Rhodes on the Greek island when you are on vacation and you will feel as though you went back in time to the medieval period!
While exploring the Old Town of Rhodes, you will find many quaint old houses where locals still live in!
Locals usually end a delectable Greek meal with a rich freshly brwewed coffee or a traditional Raki.
Do not worry about getting lost when you go exploring the less frequently visited streets of Rhodes Old Town; all roads lead to Rome!
The Palace of the Grand Masters landmark in Rhodes Island was transformed into a prison in the early 16th century.
It was then was completely obliterated in an explosion in the mid-19th century, which was caused by surprise lightning.
I love the colorful and creative designs and patterns that you find in the market of the Old Town in Rhodes.