Pythagoras Hotel

Kallistratou St., Samos Town, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kallistratou St., Samos Town, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPythagoras Hotel Samos Town

Reviewed by clarisse.rocha

Simples mas prático

Reviewed Oct 4, 2008
by (7 reviews) Rio de Janeiro , Brazil Flag of Brazil

Ficamos no hotel Pythagoras - 30 Euros
12 Kalistratou St., Samos Town
(0030) 2273028601 ou (0030) 2273028422 ou (0030) 6944518690
www.pythagoras-hotel.com www.pythagorashotel.com
smicha@otenet.gr
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

30 Euros

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A travel blog entry by beco70 on May 05, 2014

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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 ...

Ephesus - Three in a row!

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Nov 19, 2012

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... seats with the Lower level (Covered in marble and comfortable seat backs) reserved for for VIPs and the Emperor. The Upper seats were for lower classes and foreigners.

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A travel blog entry by amery on Sep 06, 2012

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... The boat owners were not around to introduce ourselves to, but we were told that the fishermans wife came from New Zealand.

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Ephesus!

A travel blog entry by extremelife on Nov 29, 2011

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... the following day. So I hopped on the train with them and visited the ruins and calcium springs of Pamukkale. It was definitely a cool place to see and we were even able to get our feet wet in the warm flowing water. Not a bad way to spend Thanksgiving 2011! We got on the train and headed back to Selcuk for the night with plans to see Ephesus the following day. We walked around a few hours checking out the amazing and super old ruins then returned to ...