Armonia Bay Hotel

Address: Tsamadou Beach, Kokkari, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, 83100, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Tsamadou Beach, Kokkari, is near Pyrgi, Nea Moni Monastery, Olympi, and Archaeological Museum.
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      Day 10 Ephesus, Turkey

      A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Sep 10, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... were excavated intact and dated within 1st century AD. (The rest was reconstructed much later.) Next we visited the Basilica of St John where the Apostle John, who took Our Lady with him to Ephesus, was originally buried. His remains were later moved (their whereabouts now in dispute). It was a huge cross-shaped basilica, the ruins mainly columns and tons of marble! Tour complete, we were deposited back at the port. Our inclination ...


      A travel blog entry by tim.long on Sep 03, 2014

      10 photos

      ... St. Paul who lived in Ephesus for three years (in the AD 50s) There is a tradition that St. John settled here with Mary, the mother of Jesus, and also wrote his gospel here.

      It was super exciting to see such a major Roman city that is in such good shape. The library was super impressive. There is still a major dig going on uncovering the terraced housing of the city. This was the highlight of the whole trip for me to be able to see fresh soil and archaeologist at work.


      A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Dec 02, 2013

      31 photos

      ... on a hill are just some of the signs of wealth. Then there was the Odeon, a theatre which could seat 1400 people to enjoy musical or theatrical performances. The Grand Theatre (built in the Hellenistic age) located off Marble Street could seat 25000 people and had a stage building three stories high. During the late Roman period this was the site for gladiatorial contests. The Marble Street was intended for vehicles as the pedestrians ...

      Clash of Clans!!

      A travel blog entry by turkey2013 on Oct 06, 2013

      3 comments, 18 photos

      ... the limit...they climb right to the top of the second site to start, only to hear the call of nature...grrrrr....sneaky....... Pete and I loved the sense of being alone in these places...we had the amphitheater all to ourselves and did lots of silly dancing and checking out acoustics....that's the end of the ruins to Canukkale for Gallipolli tomorrow...Pete really looking forward to this, but I am of two ...

      Death & Ruin - a day of lessons

      A travel blog entry by 2legs2wheels on May 06, 2013

      1 comment, 35 photos

      ... this blog a further 1500kms into Turkey, I know it is very and continuously mountainous. Today would be my first of many climbs and descents in mountain passes - bit strange if one didn’t follow the other! Interestingly, the temperature changed from 35c in the valley to 21c at the peak, which was a blissful if short lived relief.

      On route, I decided that my late night needed more recuperation than the hour or so kip on the ferry, so I pulled into a ...