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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the 2 Kms to town. Stunning views from the rocky hillsides to the harbour and fishing boats and stone built whitewashed houses. Apparently Richard Gere and Ali McGraw both have houses here. Interestingly, houses here are passed on from mother to daughter. Bad luck Kimbo! Would have been nice! We just wandered around the streets and lane ways, had a coffee and a bit of wifi-ing and more wandering until we found a little taverna for lunch. ...
Awakened by Joey's alarm just before 7. She was soon off to the treadmill and I followed about ½ an hour later then we both went to the stretch class. Did some reading, sitting on the balcony then a shower etc before a few minutes in the sun before lunch. After lunch it was off to Ephesus with Scott and Julie. We had a very nice van with two facing seats that could have easily sat 6 people. The weather once again is fantastic - warm and sunny but not overly hot. First was ...
Fethiye We spent 4 nights in Fethiye 28 Sept - 2 Oct leaving to travel to Kusadasi for two nights on the 2 and 3 October. Fethiye was a charming little harbour town and our hotel was very centrally located on the harbour an easy walk to the centre of shops, restaurants and bars. There was also an excellent bus service and for 2TL each ($1) we could get a lift. There were no bus stops and the driver would stop anywhere to pick up or drop off! We spent our time in this relaxing town ...
... how easy it is for not so intrepid tourists to lose their way so she scared us into submission!
Patmos is also apparently the holiday point of many of the rich and famous although the fašades of the houses are misleading. They come here for the peace and calm and go to Mykonos if they want to be seen!
Thunder is once again echoing and lightening ...
... market every Saturday from September to May.
Samos has 45 named beaches. Most of the population is on the eastern half of the island, opposite the Turkish coast, so we had booked at Kampos Marathakampos in the western half, hoping that it would be less busy. But it's just a tacky beach strip lined with umbrellas and "beds." We tried to make the best of it by driving over the hills and making a short hike ...