Asteri Hotel

Address: Skala, Pátmos, Dodecanese, 85500, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Skala, Pátmos, is near Monastery of St. John, Monastery of the Apocalypse, and Chapel of St. Anne.
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    Travel Blogs from Pátmos

    Agean Cruise Day 2

    A travel blog entry by densue on May 23, 2015

    8 photos

    ... br> Next stop was a carpet making outlet where we were given a demonstration of turkish carpet making, wine and beer by the Australian Manager, Ashley.

    Back on the bus and down to the port where we browsed the bazaar, Sue bought a genuine Gucci fake purse and I bought a new pair of sandals, as mine were now in the bin after blowing out the heel.

    We returned to the ship and shortly after cast off for another destination. A lazy afternoon, a snooze and ...

    Skala on the island of Patmos

    A travel blog entry by trakka53 on Nov 21, 2014

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... The church was built in the name of John the Evangelist who was exiled there for 18 months in 95AD. From here we went down to a cave called The Grotto of the Apocalypse, where John lived and supposedly received the visions which he recorded and are known as The Book of Revelation. No photos allowed in the chapel or at the Grotto. Paul and I left the tour bus (I needed a bit of a breather after all of this!!) and walked down via the old ...

    Heavenly storm

    A travel blog entry by jegibbs on Sep 30, 2014

    3 photos

    ... to tradition St John wrote the book of Revelations here and it is also where he experienced a vision of Christ.

    Patmos was also, according to mythology a present from Zeus to his daughter Artemis, the Goddess of hunting and protector of young women. She was worshipped here and the monastery of St John was later built on the site of her temple. The monastery now ...

    The Island of Patmos

    A travel blog entry by marymc59 on Sep 24, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    We began our day with a visit to the convent of The Convent of Evangelismos (Annunciation) built by the hieromonk Nikiphoros who was cured from the plague after praying to St. Luke the Evangelist. It was a beautiful building and we visited yet another Greek church - women are supposed to wear a skirt or if they do not have one, they can take a wrap around skirt that is provided. Of course, I was at the back, taking photos and did not ...

    Windmills in Leros

    A travel blog entry by alexvarelas on Aug 12, 2014

    42 photos

    ... such a small island there isn't alot to do. So we swam in the pool, went out for lunch, went to the beach and then sometimes we would go back to the hotel for a rest. It was very hot in Leros.
    One day we went and visited the Windmills of Leros, the adults had coffee and Tom and I drank juice. Nanny and Poppy had brought over a Kobo for me, where I can store all my books, so I sat and read that. We were up very high and you could ...