Address: Pithagórion, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, 831 03, Greece | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in Pithagórion, is near Pyrgi, Nea Moni Monastery, Olympi, and Theophilos Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Pithagórion


A travel blog entry by daz-marie on Jul 07, 2014

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... out of their at 9pm and only 25 lire per person which is $12.50cents.

Sukru then had a little surprise for us and took us to a traditional tea house were we drank more and some men played traditional music and of course our group got up to dance. Funny thing is men are out and about everywhere but woman are not allowed not even to sit and pray at the mosque with the men its really a mans world here ;-(

As it is still Ramadan ...

Day 5

A travel blog entry by kennyd93 on Jan 15, 2014

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... darn tootin hungry after walking all over the ruins so we went to Oscar's favorite authentic restaurant Yedi Uyuyanalar. The inside was like a scene from a movie, a tent covered with decorative pillows, blankets and other decorations. We sat on large flat, yet fluffy, pillows and were given freshly squeezed apple juice along with tortillas and vegetables made in cask iron pans over a small cooking fire. After driving a trough the country side and mountain ranges we ...

Turkey - Ephesus

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 25, 2013

1 comment, 28 photos

... sacrifices.

  • The “Rhodian Peristyle” and the Prytaneum. The courtyard (33 x 28 m), lying to the west of the Bouleuterion and enclosed on all three sides corresponds to the type of “Rhodian Peristyle”. The sacred quarter, probably built in the Augustan period, was dedicated to the deified Caesar and Goddess Roma or Artemis and Emperor Augustus. The Prytaneum, erected in the same period, was entered via a courtyard (26 x 22 m) surrounded ...

Ephesus "the City"

A travel blog entry by alienes on Sep 03, 2012

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... no student/standart difference,it's all fix;25 Liras.I know and i can hear that you sayin' "What the hell?!" but it's really worth,trust me!One more tip before enter,you must carry your own water or apperatives because you will not find any shops or markets in that city:)So be supplied!
After everything is done and you entered just calm down and enjoy the history,ancient!Take your time and don't forget to ...

Best ruins ever (eat your heart out Greece)

A travel blog entry by anneandsteve on Jun 26, 2012

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... Greeks were pretty much perfectionists and the Romans built ordinary stuff and then put pretty stuff like marble over the top of it to make it look good. Please don't quote me on that :-) I understand that after the Romans were ousted a lot of the marble from Pergamon was taken and used in Istanbul to build the Hagia Sofia.

The next day we visited the jewel in the crown: Ephesus. I haven't even seen ruins like this in Greece - certainly not in Rome :-) ...