Mandilada Village

Address: Koumeika, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, Greece | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Koumeika, Sámos, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Sámos

Back in Toikey!

A travel blog entry by trakka53 on Nov 22, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

Love Turkey! Sitting here in the early morning sunshine with a Turkish tea, wifi and 'Precious Love' playing. What more could we want. Life is good and we are very, very lucky! The cafe man we were talking with said that the tourist shops around and in the bazaar have been shut for the past week and only opened up today for our ship, the last of the season. In fact there were many closed up already. After today they will close ...

Pummackle

A travel blog entry by marianne-stuart on Jun 04, 2013

Today we have woken after a restless night ... Listening to the protestors outside and wondering what decision to make regarding our scheduled return to Istanbul ...the recent unrest and violence towards the protestors makes us hesitant to return. The guide and driver picked us up for pur three hour drive to pummackale the two new zeland girls once again with us ...we visted ruins of helicon ..Apollos temple.. Cleopatras pool .only 10% of ...

Ruins upon ruins

A travel blog entry by erinlisagk on Apr 09, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... along the water to get our first glimpse of the Mediterranean Sea! It's a pretty bustling port city with restaurants and shops along the water, and I'm sure in peak season would be filled with people. It was very windy and for that reason pretty chilly, but still pleasant. We woke up the next morning to head to the famous Roman ruins of Ephesus. Just a short 20 minute drive north up the coast, we arrived! We first took a taxi up the mountain ...

Troy, and olives

A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny on Oct 30, 2012

... plentiful, and we learned about making olive oil. It is actually the juice of the olive, since it is a fruit, and is pressed like you would apples and oranges. You cannot eat olives directly off the tree, because they are far too bitter. Instead, they must be soaked in salt water for several months. Following this soaking, they can be run through presses. The first juice is called virgin oil, and has only a small amount of ...

Ephesus & Virgin Mary - Information overload

A travel blog entry by julie.tennett on Apr 21, 2012

2 comments, 2 photos

... for both of us was the library. It was very impressive. The difficulty was that much of it has been reconstructed, and although on the one hand that is wonderful as it gives some indication of scale and grandeur etc, on the other hand you can't help but wonder if it is in fact correct. There were some glaring "mistakes", for instance in the road, to stop the marble being too slippery they cut grooves or scored the marble and some of the marble slabs ...