Mandilada Village

Address: Koumeika, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Koumeika, Sámos, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Sámos

Four Turkish days

A travel blog entry by anthonygoodwin on Jun 14, 2014

26 photos

... Konak hotel in time for some more sightseeing in the capital. Whilst on the subject of recommendations I cannot speak highly enough of the Sari Konak. Slap bang in the middle of Sultanahment, the major tourist mecca, I would recommend it to all our friends. We had a late lunch (plate of chips) and headed for Topkapi Palace. There were 1000 people in the queue so after checking if it was open on Sunday took off for another walk through the back streets in the direction of ...

Istanbul remembered

A travel blog entry by cyclingmo on Feb 05, 2013

12 comments, 15 photos

... area called Asklepieion. The original site was built about 300 BC as a healing centre, and then rebuilt about 100 AD and used for many years. It has a number of hot springs on the site which were considered necessary for healing.

Rain has been our constant companion on this journey, but it hasn't stopped us from enjoying the sites. I sure hope it clears up tomorrow though, as I might actually be able to get in a run after our tour of Ephesus & ...

Paul's Missionary Journey to Ephesus, Turkey

A travel blog entry by pastorrockey on Sep 23, 2012

4 photos

... far! Jerusalem, Bethlehem and the Temple were all quite powerful and moving, but so much was left to the imagination as we looked at sites that ...

Day 245 - Ephesus

A travel blog entry by craigadventure on Sep 13, 2011

20 photos

... that we could not go but it was great to be able to get up close to most of the reliefs and ruins including the portrait of the goddess nike – the god of victory.

A good friend of ours is a self-described Latin geek and although having been to Greece would have been in his element both here in Ephesus and in Troy. He is an erudite teacher and it would have been great to have him as a guide!

In the areas ...

My Life in Ruins....

A travel blog entry by atlantakevin on Jun 16, 2011

33 photos

... Greek Ouzo) were being downed one after another and no one was feeling too much pain. We watched the amazing sunset and by then everyone was ready for some food.

The restaurant, which normally would have been an easy walk down the hill to the port, was a little more challenging after the Raki, but everyone made it with their body parts intact. The restaurant seated everyone outside on their deck so we could ...