Iberostar Panorama & Maris

Psalidi, Kos Town, Kós, Dodecanese, 85300, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kos Town

Supplemental #1: A Word on Perspectives

A travel blog entry by brookskeith

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... with the last chapter's name!!), one key element of this new, transitional chapter in human history is a complete deconstruction with everything that has come before. Question the assumptions, tear down the comfortable and confident principles with which previous generations navigated life, value the questions more than the answers, everyone's truth is equally valid for them as they experience it...and other such intellectual rot. ...

February 23-March 3

A travel blog entry by cdeal2014

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... remember if anything else happened...

For Byzantine class on Thursday we went to the British School's archives, which was really cool. For our visit they had pulled out a bunch of pictures, watercolors of mosaics, and architectural drawings from Byzantine churches. There were some of one of the places we seen while at Mistra, and some of a church that we'll see during our Northern Greece trip, when we go to Thessaloniki (St. Dimitrios, I think). The ...

Kusadasi and Ephesus

A travel blog entry by jentalbs

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... table - we hadn't eaten for at least an hour! White gloved waiters walked around all night offering wine or soft drinks. A seven piece chamber orchestra entertained us for 1.5 hours and then they took us back to the ship where we were greeted by all the crew with (more) drinks and singing to welcome us all back. Unbelievable. PLUS they took everyone's photo and delivered framed prints to our suite yesterday - all absolutely free. Memorable day.just loved every ...

Kos I am still writing the blogg

A travel blog entry by glennandcheryl

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The ruins I saw were really good, and one in particular has some fantastic mosaics. It was built by the Romans in about 3bce. I was particularly impressed by their drainage systems. They were very sophisticated, and the clay pipes were of an amazing quality. It seems that some of the ancient buildings were flattened in an earthquake in 1953 I think. I spend about 3 hours wandering around. Eventually the girls who were shopping decided to head back ...

Pro Tip: Don't Miss the Bus

A travel blog entry by turner72

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... me back earlier than intended (35 minutes total or so), so I struck out for what really should have been a simple 10 minute extension to the run. Turns out roads here are goofy, and I ended up thoroughly lost in a neighborhood about 2 miles away from where I needed to be. Now were I on my own schedule this would have been an actually very enjoyable adventure, but I wasn't; people would be counting on me to leave on time. Compounding the ...

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This hotel, located on Psalidi, Kos Town, is near Efpalinion Tunnel, Heraion, Archaeological Museum, and Ilias Lalaounis Jewelry Museum.
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