Villa Kokkoni Studios & Apartments
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Marathokampos
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 ...
... know the general direction of the village, so off I go down hill! I never find the trail until I'm at the bottom but it's all good. Note: all the plants here are spiky and sharp! I have the scratches to prove it!
Had another rewarding day today. I exhausted myself with my hike (Greece is generally hot as an oven from 12pm to 6pm!!), saw some great views, achieved my goals for the day and enjoyed my own company! It's really nice to start feeling like me ...
... has a bar there . Of course Rachell and Peter had met her last time they stayed in Samos. Rachell managed to find a bar here which was open and allowed us to watch the All Backs v Argentina and we purchased breakfast there Then off to Varga or Samos - largest place to walk around and then have dinner In a garden restaurant . Charlie and I in photo in the square there. Then up to a place in the mountains which ...
... at Whangamata. Then down to Happys Bar on the beach where there was no sand just small rocks which were really hot and your feet sank right down into them . I fell over and had to be rescued by a young man from Uraguay and Rachell !, embarrassed ...
... cloth and lined with stalls where merchants sold their wares of pottery, fine cloth and household items. There were streets of terraced homes where the wealthy lived with their slaves in houses paved with marble and lined with tiles and intricate mosaic floors. In a prominent square sat the beautiful library whose intricate frontal facade had been restored in recent years. Inside were alcoves where the most valuable scrolls of the day containing the knowledge of generations in ...