Glicorisa Beach Hotel

Address: Glicorisa Bay, Pithagórion, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, 83103, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Glicorisa Bay, Pithagórion, is near Pyrgi, Nea Moni Monastery, Olympi, and Theophilos Museum.
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      We're Back

      A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Oct 20, 2014

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      Day Four! Ephesus and Izmir, Turkey

      A travel blog entry by timeicher on Jan 15, 2014

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      ... thats not an everyday thing people still could relate to Mary because she did a human thing such as childbirth and raised Jesus. So Catholics use Mary and other saints to mediate their prayers, because Jesus is so holy and magnificent, by praying to Mary and other saints, people show their humility. Coming to this sight was really neat. I have sang in plenty of Catholic Churches but never been to mass or seen how a person uses the beads so this was very new to me. I was able to light ...

      Izmir, Turkey

      A travel blog entry by stephen.glenda on Oct 09, 2013

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      ... of the dirt site is still in need of excavation as pieces of existing brick and mortar are peeking out from the hillside when the sea receded and landslides covered the city in dirt. They plan to eventually complete this work but probably not within my lifetime. It's a slow and tedious process but if it were to be excavated, it's nearly certain that, as in Troy, several layers of different cultures would be found. For example, Mycenean remains were found at the bottom of a well ...

      Ephesus, home of many cats

      A travel blog entry by drmom on Jul 01, 2013

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      ... river has left a silty delta and the port is now a few miles away. The town was quite advanced with indoor plumbing and heating using pipes filled with hot oil. There are terrace houses that have been excavated in recent years. We went through them, seeing frescoes and mosaics dating back to the 2nd century BC. The floors and walls of many of the houses were decorated with thin sheets of marble. These are ...

      Ruins and Wonders

      A travel blog entry by megan.ryzewic on Jul 08, 2012

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      ... the fountain, drinking it and taking it with them. I don’t think I would drink that water… even if I believed it to be holy.

      After a quick bus ride down the mountain, which only slightly reminded Alex and I of "Ice Road Truckers" we were headed to the ancient city of Ephesus. Wow!!! What a city. Marble Marble everywhere! You can imagine how this city just sparkled in it’s hey day! The library was immense with a lot of ...