Mykali Hotel

Address: Pithagórion, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, 83 -103, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in Pithagórion, is near Pyrgi, Nea Moni Monastery, Olympi, and Theophilos Museum.
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      We're Back

      A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Oct 20, 2014

      4 photos

      ... the erformance by Elton John.

      The magnificent library which held thousands of books (scrolls) in chambers were temperature controlled, protecting the paper/leather on which they were written. The brothel, located outside the library still has an advertisement in the stone. It showed a heart, a woman's head, and a sign for payment (along with ...

      Amphitheater performance!

      A travel blog entry by jazminebattle on Jan 16, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... and when they would get to the amphitheater they would sit down and watch us sing and by their response they loved it! I can not say that I personally know many people who have sang and performed in the Ephesus amphitheater in Turkey. While were singing our Turkish pieces I tried to do what my good friend Skyler told me, "Stop and take it all in, embrace the moment!" That is exactly what I did. Towards the end of our pieces we were interrupted ...

      Izmir, Turkey

      A travel blog entry by stephen.glenda on Oct 09, 2013

      17 photos

      ... was the Greek Goddess Nike giving her wreath of victory. Her wings symbolized the "swoosh" which became the symbol for Nike. The TrJan Fountain was the public water well as only the wealthy had indoor plumbing. Celcus Library, Hadrian's Arch, Byzantine Baths, Public Toilets, and the Great Theatre. Very impressive considering all of it had been under dirt for centuries. Surprisingly, several frescoes survived and were in decent shape. The Terrace Houses opened in 2006. One can see ...

      Ruins of Ephesus, a Meaniningful Place

      A travel blog entry by susanhervey on Jun 09, 2013

      6 photos

      Ephesus was rebuilt all together 4 times, and we went to visit what was left of it from the 3rd time, which was constantly being built from 300 B.C. to 700 a.d.

      After Jesus died, John took on the duty of taking care of Mary to be his mother at Jesus' command. He brought her to Ephesus where she lived out her life. We visited ...

      Ruins and Wonders

      A travel blog entry by megan.ryzewic on Jul 08, 2012

      29 photos

      ... Alex had a chocolate cake.

      The appetizers came out and the lobster bisque was amazing! They poured it for you out of a teakettle and it came with a sherry cream that you could add to your own liking. Now if you know Alex, you know that he is not what anyone would consider an “adventurous eater”, but he really surprised me on this trip. He tried so many new things and actually found some new favorites. Sadly, pork belly was not one ...