M44***33This is the best nursing home in the world. It has an extremely slow pace and breathtaking scenery. Apart from food and coffee, you can hardly spend money. It is a pity that you have to take a boat here, and it’s hard to get seasick. It is more suitable for staying for a week. If there is only one day, I suggest not to go, because you can’t slow down~
M48***13Bodrum Castle has a history of more than 800 years and is a typical European medieval castle. Its city walls and the main body of the castle are quite well preserved. The mottled walls tell of its long history. Now it is a museum with many medieval weapons, jewelry and costumes. It is very worth visiting.
D26***22The Medieval City of Rhodes is an UNESCO World Heritage Centre Medieval City of RhodesThe Order of St John of Jerusalem occupied Rhodes from 1309 to 1523 and set about transforming the city into a stronghold. It subsequently came under Turkish and Italian rule. With the Palace of the Grand Masters, the Great Hospital and the Street of the Knights, the Upper Town is one of the most beautiful urban ensembles of the Gothic period. In the Lower Town, Gothic architecture coexists with mosques, public baths and other buildings dating from the Ottoman period.
翱翔的大鲨鱼The Old Port of Rhode Island seems to freeze time. Still staying in the style of the Ottoman Turkish Empire, this dock is still in use, and there are endless crowds everywhere. The buildings are still hundreds of years old, and the blue sky and blue sea are still the blue sky and blue sea of these thousands of years.
Datca is a small town in the Turkish country famous for her fish and seafood. The air that comes to Techa is filled with a strong seafood aroma. I have to say that the hot fish is really delicious.
A bottle of beer with the windy bells on the grandmother's cart, I looked at the purple blue sky through the skylight in the car, happy oh
The next day I drove to this small The farthest section of the island, knidos, is a leisurely place to see the site of a large number of ancient scholars and merchants who have had a large number of maritime trades.