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TravelPod Member ReviewsPythagoras Hotel Samos Town
Ficamos no hotel Pythagoras - 30 Euros
12 Kalistratou St., Samos Town
(0030) 2273028601 ou (0030) 2273028422 ou (0030) 6944518690
Hotel bem simples mas limpinho, numa localização boa mas tem que estar de carro!
Outra opção é o DREAMS
9, Areos Street, Samos Town
Tel: 2273024350 Mobile 6976425195
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... it once stood. In the first century, John the Apostle moved to the area to preach Christianity. John lived his last days in the area, and it is believed that Mary (Jesus' mother) may have died in the area as John was entrusted with her care. We visited the tomb of St John.
Next to Ephesus itself - an incredibly well preserved Roman city which was quite breathtaking. Amazing to think that John the Apostle walked these marble streets over 2000 years ago! Obviously ...
... else brings joy to my shriveled heart, I will still love clambering over condemned and decommissioned locomotives. Oh, how I clambered.
Yes, I'm 30 years old and alone on the far side of the world with thousands of dollars.
No, there is litterally nothing I'd rather be doing with my day.
Childhood impulses thus temporarily sated, I embarked the long dark journey into the heart of Turkey to a region known as Cappadocia.
Samos was our favorite island visited on our cruise and is one of the lesser visited of the Greek islands which has, thankfully, allowed the island to retain some of its original charm. Cafes and souvenir shops line the street facing the port but by walking a few blocks away from port, the tourist shops end and local shops abound. Locals walking by call out "good morning" to friends ...
... bus, but this time I was confident I would get there, because I had my TravelScoot. Arriving at the entrance to the ruins I assembled the TravelScoot and followed my wife Linda and our guide. We quickly passed the ruins of the upper agora (shops) and smaller amphitheater. Ahead, I could see the main road ( Curetes Street ) leading to the ancient city's historical center and library. From a distance it looked like any open road and I began to think that all the hubbub about ...
... The boat owners were not around to introduce ourselves to, but we were told that the fishermans wife came from New Zealand.
Then we explored up along the north coast to Kokkari, another delightful village on a café lined harbour and beach, wishing that ...