Samos Bay Hotel By Gagou Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... br> We then visited the usual sales pitch at a carpet place. Many many carpets, and I was well used to the drill from Morocco however Tim was caught by the very pushy salesmen. We emerged carpet less finally! Got better things to spend 10,000 Euros on really!
We then had a very good Turkish lunch in town before returning to the boat. We had a short sail (about 2 hours) to Samos - a small pretty town with lots of waterfront dining and little narrow streets! ...
... detail! Well, it was certainly a little bit more expensive than we had anticipated, however, worth every penny:) We also got talking to the owner of the store, and he told us about some of his travel experiences which was really interesting, as well as his explanation of the town and how it differs from Istanbul:) It seems that the small town charm is in full force here! We then turned back to our great hotel and slept soundly until morning:) Tiring but some ...
... fishing village and charming seaside tavernas where we gladly sat to enjoy some Greek food and a cold Mythos (Greek beer). Gav and Cate were able to take two steps down to play in the Aegean and practiced skipping rocks across the calm water.
After our lunch, we wandered over to another Orthodox Church, peeked inside and came out to a waiting man who handed us some fresh plums ...
... Ephesus at 1420, doing it 'top down', Roddy. Got the spiel inside from Sharif. The city had a population in the second century AD of some quarter million souls. There is the story that the Delphic oracle told someone to build a city where a fish and a pig came together; a pig stole a fish being cooked and the rest is history.
Ephesus has some great ruins and active restoration work is ongoing. The Yanks had recently been to Ephesus on a [n excuse me] ...
Samos is one of the Eastern Aegean Sea islands. It is the greenest island of the group and its economy is based on olives, wine, fishing and, to a certain extent, tourism. For a small island it has a big history which includes, according to mythology, the goddess Hera being born there. Some of the best scientists and philosophers in ancient Greece originate from Samos including Pythagoras of Pythagora's theorem, Aristarchus the first person to conclude that the earth ...