Santa Catherina Hotel

Hill Side of East Pountas, Pithagórion, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Hill Side of East Pountas, Pithagórion, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Pithagórion

    The Ancient City of Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by janehudon on Nov 10, 2013

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    ... illuminated with light coming from the open hall, so that most of the rooms were dim. The excavations of the terrace houses started in 1960. The restoration of the two of the houses have been finished and can be visited today.
    After visiting the Terrace House we walked down to the arena which had a seating capacity of 24,000 indicating the city had a population of 240,000 since there was a city rule that 1/10th of the population needed to be accommodated in the arena at one ...

    Back in Turkey :)

    A travel blog entry by kateanddrew on Sep 11, 2013

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    ... t think I have seen so many tourists at any site yet! We also visited the temple of Artemis, however there is only one pillar remaining of it so not very impressive. We had a fantastic guide today, he was so knowledgeable about everything. He made it a really great experience. Back in kusadasi, we had a yummy lunch of pide and efes beer, very cheap and did a bit of ...

    Day 5- Ephesus, Turkey

    A travel blog entry by gla29adventures on Aug 26, 2013

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    ... was limited to knowing that Ephesians is a book in the Bible. During my research of Ephesus, I found out that it was one of the most important cities of the Roman Empire. At its peak, it was one of the grandest cities of the Roman Empire along with Rome, Alexandria, and Antioch and was the second biggest city in the Empire behind Rome. The prominence of the area attracted earlier followers of Christ including St. Paul. Ephesus is said to ...

    Seaside tranquility and Roman wonders

    A travel blog entry by mpanzer on Oct 04, 2012

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    ... br> Ephesus itself was the Roman capital of Asia and a city that supposedly had 250,000 inhabitants. The ruins are truly amazing and expansive...the Forum in Rome takes up only a small fraction of these ruins. I was shocked when we started by seeing a Roman amphitheater that seated around a thousand people and finding out that this was actually a where the government met and we would be seeing the real amphitheater at the ...

    Archaic Turkey

    A travel blog entry by tennis_tom on Oct 18, 2011

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    ... it makes it easier to haggle if you can say the numbers in their language.

    That night we looked around and after much asking of locals found a pretty nice grassroots gym. Gyms don't seem to be very popular in Turkey are generally quite hard to find. This one was pretty nice and we had a good old workout, although I am slowly wasting away due to all the travelling and so I wasnt lifting as much as usual.
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