Grikos Hotel

Grikos, Pátmos, Dodecanese, 85500, Greece | 2 star hotel
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Lesbos and Patmos, Greece (Nov 13 and 14)

A travel blog entry by cjbishop


... in the 1300s. As the lady said, you do not plant olive trees for you, it is for future generations. Most trees are owned by individual owners, not companies. Once growing olive trees take care of themselves. They need very little water and protect themselves when adverse draught conditions occur. Simple pruning occurs in the spring. Olives are black when ripe. Green ones are immature. When initially picked they are very bitter and need to be soaked in water for ...


A travel blog entry by travelintommy


... built about 1,000 years after John. Then we went down to the cave where it is believed that John had his vision and he wrote the book of Revelation. In 96 AD John was released from prison and went to Ephesus. John died at around age 105. He was the only apostle that was not murdered for his faith. Unfortunately, like all other monasteries, there is no photography allowed inside.

"What is your name?" in Greek - Pos se ...


A travel blog entry by narainscott


Patmos where St John wrote Revelations. Aside from his grotto, there is also a monastery and some lovely beaches. Its a quiet island, in contrast to Mykonos. Off season, Patmos could be an affordable place to stay for a while and rent scooters and take the ferry to the nearby isles and ...

Cruise - Patmos

A travel blog entry by royelinda


... known as St John's Grotto. This is the cave were he wrote the Book of Revelations. The cave is a natural cave and has the chapel to Anna added onto the front to protect the cave. Anna is believed to be Mary's mother. Back to Skala for a frappe and tea before boarding and sailing to Kusadasi in ...


A travel blog entry by jilly361


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With an effort we left Lakki and went to the southern part of Leros and picked up a mooring buoy for one of the tavernas at Xerokambos where we had a pleasant stay for another 2 nights and from where I posted the last blog on the Cyclades. Steve says that here he had the best Moussaka he had ever eaten and on enquiry we found that ‘Mum’ had made it ...


This 2 star hotel, located in Grikos, is near Monastery of St. John, Monastery of the Apocalypse, and Chapel of St. Anne.
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