Alekos Pension

Address: Kokkari, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, 83100, Greece | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in Kokkari, is near Pyrgi, Nea Moni Monastery, Olympi, and Archaeological Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Kokkari

    To the coast!

    A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jun 16, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    It's almost as if we don't want to get enough sleep! Today, we were up at 6:15AM to catch our 6:30 shuttle bus for our 8:50 flight to Izmir. The shuttle cost almost as much as our flight ($12 vs $25) and after the usual crowds at the airport we were on our way. By 11am we were at our rental car and heading for Aqua Fantasy (no, it is a hotel, not a porn website) guided exclusively by our Lonely Planet map as our phone still doesn't work and there were ...

    Day 27 - Ephesus Turkey, Seekers & BABBA

    A travel blog entry by masonsineurope on Apr 21, 2015

    71 photos

    ... were places of working though social gossip and communicating with others about current affairs, political agendas and matters of importance. You didn’t want to by shy.

    Lunch was buffet style and very nice including BBQ Chicken with garlic Tzatziki type sauce, Koftas, and salad.

    After lunch we had a walk about Kusadasi and found a small Turkish Café where the internet was brilliant. We had several café lattes and some local beer. Using ...

    The Rocks of Ancient Ephesus!

    A travel blog entry by rnh on Oct 10, 2014

    13 photos

    ... well as many warring tribes over the years.

    We entered Ephesus in the general area of the State (upper) Agora and made our way down main street called Curetes Street, past the Bouleuterion - home to the city Senate meetings, the Nymphaeum of Trajan and the Temple of Hadrian towards the Celsus Library. It is believed that during the Roman times, the auditorium of the Bouleuterion/Odeion (the Senators' amphitheatre) was used to host gladiator combats. ...

    Peter's last ruin- Ephasus

    A travel blog entry by petkatravels on May 06, 2014

    17 photos

    ... Then we had a 5 minute wait for the coach to Bodrum- and it went very smoothly. How? The men at the bus station phoned through to the approaching bus to see if there will be a spare seat and there was! So what we thought might be a tedious day of waiting for connections etc turned out to be quite easy. As we headed to Bodrum the weather turned bleak and wet. We had the best ever seafood pizza at a trendy restaurant near the ...

    Selcuk and lots of rock piles

    A travel blog entry by simplifie1 on Nov 16, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... was a amphitheater that held 24,500 people, the Celsus Library was the third largest in the world at that time with over 12,000 scrolls, and the streets of marble- many over 50 feet wide, were lined with street lightsthat burned olive oil. Rain continued so we had to make our way to the exit, getting soaking wet on the way. A lazy afternoon was wasted playing Scrabble on the ipad. This area hasnt had rain since June so the locals are happy. Surprising ...