Caryatides Studios

Kokkari, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, Greece | 3 star hotel

Travel Blogs from Kokkari


A travel blog entry by thewrens


... possibly St. John and even the Virgin Mary walked these streets at one time.

The highlight of the tour was visit to the “Terrace Houses”. These houses were spectacular multiple level condominiums complete with running water, sewage and indoor private steam baths. Some in Ephesus definitely lived large. The ultimate fate of Ephesus is interesting. The city,built at the mouth of the Cayster river, is now three miles ...

Turkish Bizarre

A travel blog entry by traveladdicts


... to Ephesus was great but that’s where ‘reasonably’ ended. To make a long story short, the ipods were not set at the beginning but we didn’t know. We were confused by every description, one after another, because they did not match what we were seeing. Sadly, it took half our allotted time to figure it out and set the ipods correctly. No doubt about it, Ephesus is Turkey’s most famous ...

Turkey: Part 1 - Kusadasi

A travel blog entry by s.french.f-n


... My new roommates are Bailey (from Oklahoma) and Sara (from California). It’s so weird only having about half of the group still here for Turkey…I miss everyone that left in Rhodes. With the evening free, we explored the complex of our hotel, the Grand Blue Star Resort, until it was time for dinner. It’s nice here because we get both breakfast and dinner included. We headed to bed early because we were all so tired ...

Return the bikes, the ferry and a one hit wonder

A travel blog entry by thofmann


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Arriving in Kusadasi we follow our memorized directions, Shawn spots the rescue truck from the night before, we pull the bikes in around it and call the shop. "Just wait there we will send someone for you". Soon two guys arrive and lead us down a street filled with market stalls and closed to traffic, we have arrived on market day, the store is completely surrounded by stalls for the local farmers market, we wander among the stalls, past spices, dead ...

Ephesus - where everything old is REALLY old!

A travel blog entry by slice_n_dice


... the effort that goes into a hand knotted carpet!! No wonder they cost so much!!

Of course at the end of it he would have liked us to buy something but I think they must get good money from us tourists so there was no pressure - the smallest one he showed me was $1300!!

From the carpets we climbed the mountain to the village of Sirence. This small mountain village used to like to keep to itself (it's original name ...


This 3 star hotel, located in Kokkari, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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