Tuntas Hotel Altinkum
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Day 36 After a 7 hour ferry ride, finally arrived at the port in Samos at 2.30 am only to find that the hotel we thought would be just across the road, was actually on the other side of the harbour, 5 kms away. After waiting for taxis to come and go, arrived at our hotel at 4 am, tired and grumpy. With only 2 hours sleep, caught a taxi to the port on the other side ...
... of the Castle of St Peter. What an amazing setting. The pieces, a combination of modern and classical ballet, were beautiful, especially with the lit castle in the background. Day 18 The highlight of today was a walk through the Castle of St Peter. The views from the battlements were stunning and the many towers, courts and halls housed some amazing artefacts. The castle is the home of ...
... open air theatre showing Unbroken . Angela Jolie director it was actually in someone's garden big screen late starting and 2intervals . We were served donuts and honey -free But I managed to spill the runny honey all over myself in the dark . Sat night back to a restaurant in the mountains which we liked. Look at the old old knurled oak trees. Sunday tonight we are in the mountains again . See the tables in ...
... Theatre and made our way to the exit we walked along Harbour Street Formally the Arcadian Way harbour St was built by the Byzantine Emperor Arcdius (AD 395-408) in an attempt to revive the city. Illuminated at night by 50 street lights on its colonnades while water and sewerage channels ran beneath the marble flagstones. It greeted visitors after they patronised the Harbour Baths On the exit path we passed Gymnasium of Vedius which was built 2nd century AD. The gym had ...
Lovely 30 min walk to waterfalls - which were through very cold water so I didn't go - but over very rocky path and places to walk over the water made of branches nailed to timber a bit scary. But I enjoyed it . It reminded me of the walk up ...