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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    Travel Blogs from Pithagórion

    Ephesus Ancient City & Ephesus Museum

    A travel blog entry by lindell on Dec 07, 2014

    56 photos

    ... down through the town passing the ancient sites of an ampitheatre, bath houses, a library, a great theatre, concert hall, market square, terrace houses, toilets, etc. A lot of the city is still underground and will probably never be uncovered in an attempt to preserve it. There would have been hundreds of tourists walking through the city today, which would ...


    A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Aug 31, 2014

    3 comments, 62 photos

    ... I stayed there. I'll leave my selected photos to explain why I hated it so much, but suffice to say that I wandered through town down to the promenade and walked its length and didn't find anything redeeming about the place. Even the fish markets I had been told about were small and soulless. Luckily I did find a nice place to eat calamari and grilled sea bass, but it was all too little too late, and I immediately caught a dolmus back to the Selcuk and had an early night ...

    Ephesus, Home of St. John and the Virgin Mary

    A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Apr 09, 2014

    16 photos

    ... is well known. Likewise tradition says the Virgin Mary lived the latter days of her life here and died here. The Gospel of John may have been written while he was in Ephesus.

    The history of Ephesus dates back to the 10th century BC but it is really known for how it flourished under Roman rule in the 1-3 centuries AD. It was the fourth largest city in the Roman Empire after Rome, Alexandria, and Antioch with a population of 225,000 people. ...

    Extremely Hot but Very Cool Is Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by mickisc on Sep 16, 2013

    8 photos

    ... our two hour tour and grabbed a quick Turkish lunch with lots of kabobs and supposedly famous meatballs made by a family who has used the same recipe every generation going all the way back to the Ottoman Empire. Meatballs are meatballs to me. All I knew was that they had no onions, so I could eat them. The heat beat down our appetite, but we did enjoy the light sampling they put together for us. All good. A little sunburned and still hot because AC here is not like our AC, we ...

    A day in Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by arnies on Nov 23, 2012

    18 photos

    We were collected from our 'modest' hotel by our guide Babur and driver this morning at 9am. We drove to the house in Ephesus in which Mary the mother of Jesus is thought to have lived after Jesus ascended. The belief is that the apostle John came here to live, bringing Mary with him. While there is no concrete evidence to support this it is not a dumb idea. We know that John was exiled to Patmos, where he wrote the book of Revelation and he almost certainly had ...