Hotel Cohyli

Ireon, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sámos

Where St. John the Apostle lived and died

A travel blog entry by prairiedropseed


... was about a 4 hour drive, but the time passes quickly because there's so much to see.  The roads were good,  some were very new. We made our first stop at at the Ephesus Museum in Selcuk, to view many finds from the ancient city and to get some background on what we will see tomorrow when we visit Ephesus.  We then drove up into the mountains to a small mountain village at the end of the road, and  then ...

Turkey: Part 1 - Kusadasi

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


... of sleep, I feel like I can fall asleep anywhere….I’ve slept in busses when it’s loud, on the floor of busses, on the concrete waiting at the ports, laying in the sun, on planes, on boats, in tiny train cars… you name it, we’ve probably taken a nap there.

Monday morning we had classes for a few hours at the hotel. The lesson concentrated on International IQ for Turkey. After classes ended around ...

Cotton and Ruins

A travel blog entry by larry.phillips


... because of the damage that had been done by earthquakes. Excavation has being going on for over 100 years and yet only 10% of the area has been completed. At its peak Ephesus was a city of 250,000 people - the second largest city in the world (after Rome).

What makes Ephesus so impressive is the scale of the ruins. While other sites have individual components that are in better shape no other sites has such extensive ruins. Excavations have ...

Addressing the Ephesians

A travel blog entry by canningt

... br> We then took the bus back to Kusadsi for a demonstration of hand woven carpets – and a drink of choice. The silk on silk carpets are the most amazing – up to 360 knots per square inch with the pile hand-cut with a particular pair of scissors to ensure even depth. They even showed how to find the ends of the silk filaments on the silkworm cocoon, using fifty cocoons to make up a single silk thread. Besides weaving silk-silk, they do cotton-silk, wool-silk, ...

Kusadasi -Sezgins Guesthouse

A travel blog entry by kusadasi.hotel


... The beautiful turquoise
waters of the Aegean Sea and glittering white beaches are only 5
minutes away by walk, so guests have all the benefits of a great
Turkish resort destination at fabulous prices!

Upon arrival
you'll be greeted by a welcome drink with your hosts as you settle into
this homely ambience. The B & B staff are happy to furnish ...


This hotel, located on Ireon, Sámos, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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