Kosta Palace

Address: A Kountourioti & Averof Sts, Kós, Dodecanese, 85300, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on A Kountourioti & Averof Sts, Kós, is near Asklepion, Zia, Kamari Beach, and Kos Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Kós

    Datça, Iske Datça and the Esme Sultan

    A travel blog entry by famlitz on Oct 27, 2015

    ... 4 years ago in Turkey. On the way back to Palamutbükü we took the "scenic" route. I am not a friend of twists and turns and serpentine roads. When we finally got out of the car I felt slightly nauseous. So much to enjoying the view. In the late afternoon we headed for the local restaurant where we played Skippo and Kniffle. Afterwards we had dinner and headed back to the house for an evening of ...

    Mosquitos and scorpions

    A travel blog entry by famlitz on Oct 26, 2015

    ... might drive up to Marmaris, but that would have been a 1,5 hour drive one way. Since we were invited for coffee and cake in the early afternoon we decided against it. Then we thought we might drive into the town of Datça. We finally agreed on Knidos. We were in Knidos 10 years ago when Eric was three. A lot has been done ...

    First day

    A travel blog entry by famlitz on Oct 25, 2015

    Sometime early this morning there was a thunderstorm. It wasn't so bad, but there is a leak into the roof in our bedroom. On Karstens side of the bed. The next days are supposed to be dry so we hope the drips will stop soon. Breakfast was taken in at the Restaurant Tuna. Eric had an omelette and we had pita bread ...

    On a plane again

    A travel blog entry by famlitz on Oct 24, 2015

    ... three hour drive, but also with hardly any traffic but lots of winding roads. We are staying in Palamutbükü in a little cozy guesthouse. The Mediterranean right in front of the door. Down the street a small restaurant with Turkish appetizers. No internet. That might take some getting used ...

    Bus to Bodrum and beyond.

    A travel blog entry by stevanlisa on Oct 04, 2015

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    Leaving Selçuk is a challenge. Lisa keeps asking when I'm going to talk about how pedestrian-unfriendly Turkey is. I'm not sure if its pedestrian unfriendly or just unaware. What's important is that you remain present at all times while in traffic or on the sidewalk as it is the safest route for scooters to travel. There is zero accommodation for people on foot. With planned accuracy we negotiate the luggage-destroying streets and safely arrive ...