Aessos Hotel

Address: Saz Alti Mevki Assos, Ayvacik, Assos, Canakkale, Turkey | B&B
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This B&B is located on Saz Alti Mevki Assos, Ayvacik, Assos.
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Travel Blogs from Assos

Tour of Izmir, stay in Grand Hotel Temizel. Ayvaik

A travel blog entry by adrian-alsop on Nov 13, 2014

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Another early breakfast after a good nights sleep, a few people look a bit worse for wear after yesterday. Breakfast at 7am and coach departs about 8.15. About a 2 hour trip along the old coast road rather than motorway, giving us some fantastic views of the Aegean coastline. Arriving in Izmir we ...

Day 67

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Oct 07, 2014

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We left around 11.00am along the coast road to the twin towns of Assos and Behramkale, the former Greek settlement spreads out around the ancient temple of Athena Assos was founded in the 8th century BC, the temple was built in 530BC. We parked below the temple and walked the short way to the entrance, the lanes were lined with people selling local produce, souvenirs and the like. Not much remains of the temple and some parts had been ...

Day 66

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Oct 06, 2014

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It's cold this morning only 15 degrees! The heater will soon warm us up!
We are heading for an interesting town on the coast, Ayvalik, behind the sea front there is an old Greek fishing village. During the the 'War of Independsnce' in the 1920's, the Greek population were forced to abandon their homes and relocate to Levos, whilst in turn the Turks from that island were compelled to start new lives in Ayvalik.
The journey there passed through some lovely scenery, ...

Day 65

A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Oct 05, 2014

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The day starts with a traumatic experience, as we are getting ready to leave some of the men who were here with the rams reappear, they untied them and proceed to sacrifice them almost in front of us. I have witnessed sacrifices in Nepal at their festivals and I find them very upsetting. If you have never heard an animal squealing as their throat is cut you cannot know how horrible it is. I know that I shouldn't judge other people's cultures but it I find ...

It's bizarre in the bazaar!

A travel blog entry by leprovost on Oct 02, 2014

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... a population of 250,000. It was worthwhile spending extra to visit some newly discovered terrace houses lived in by the rich. They were under cover and very well displayed so you could see the intricate mosaic floors and the comforts they enjoyed - like under floor heating! There was also a team of archaeologists there working on putting together a jig saw of pieces of tiling from the walls - fascinating. At the end of the Ephesus tour we are a ...