A delicious Greek salad we enjoyed at Maria’s House restaurant in Kos Town Feta fans: We will be arriving in Greece for our 2013 spring vacation in just a few days, reaching our first island destination around lunch time. And I can tell you right now what we’ll be ordering for lunch: Greek [...]
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The view from the Asklepieion ruins and monuments on Kos island takes in nearby Kos Town and extends to the mountainous coast of Turkey. Click on the photo to open a larger image so you can enjoy a better view!
A stretch of sandy beach basks in brilliant sunshine as big clouds drift above the turquoise sea near the Tigaki resort area of Kos island
The exterior wall of the Castle of the Knights of St John, viewed from the opposite side of palm-tree-lined Finikon street in Kos Town … … and part of the castle interior, viewed from the elevated walkway that extends along the perimeter of the castle’s tall stone walls. Visible in the distance is [...]
Palm trees cast their shadows onto Finikon street in Kos Town The elegant, tall trees line both sides of the street outside the 15th Century-era Castle of the Knights of Saint John (also called the Castle of Neratzia) at right. A view of palm trees on both sides of the elevated [...]