RHODES, DAY 6

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Daca ati mai citit blogul, atunci stiti deja ca sunt pasionata de sport. Si cum sa ratez un obiectiv sportiv tocmai in vacata? Putin in afara orasului puteti da o fuga pana la Monte Smith (o colina denumita dupa un general britanic) – aici puteti vedea stadionul antic, un mic amfiteatru si templul lui Apollo, toate sunt incluse intr-un parc natural, iar intrarea este gratuita. Am ajuns pana aici cu unul dintre cele doua autobuze turistice, care avea statie la doar 5 minute de hotel. Sunt doua astfel de autobuze (rosu si galben) care circula din ora in ora.  Biletul costa 15 euro de dimineata sau 12 euro dupa ora 12. Biletul e valabil toata ziua. Aveti insa grija la culoarea autobuzului, biletul nu este valabil pentru ambele linii. Acelasi tur il puteti face si cu trenuletul turistic, biletul costa 7 euro, insa e valabil pentru un singur drum. Am fost singurii turisti care au coborat din autocar, iar timp de o ora am admirat in liniste ruinele antice. Stadionul s-a pastrat destul de bine, in special o parte din tribuna. De aici, puteti continua traseul cu autobuzul sau trenuletul, abele acopera foarte bine cele mai importante obiective din Rodos. If you’ve read my blog before, then you know I am very passionate about sports. And how could I have missed an ancient sports site in my vacation? Outside the town, you can find Monte Smith (a hill named after a British general) – here you can visit the ancient stadium, a small amphitheater and the temple of Apollo, all of them are included in a natural park, with free entrance. We arrived here with the hop on hop off bus, the station was just 5 minutes away from our hotel. There are two buses (red and yellow), with an hourly schedule. One ride is 15 euros in the morning, or 12 euros by noon. A ticket is available for the day. You can also take this ride in a tourist train for 7 euros for a one-way ticket. We were the only tourists who descended from the bus to visit the site, and for an hour we admired the ancient ruins. The stadium is well preserved, especially the spectator seating. From here, you can continue to visit Rhodes by bus or train, both cover the most important touristic objectives.

Noi am vizitat deja o buna parte din oras, asa ca de aici am dat fuga direct la plaja. We already visited the old city, so from here we went straight to the beach.

Rhodes beach

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