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On our first day in Canakkale, we are heading to Assos, an ancient city built in the 6th century BC on a dormant volcano.
Aristotle lived in the city for a while and founded a school philosophy. It is also the home of Athena's temple
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On Friday 17 April 2015, we went to Canakkale in Turkey. We left the ship early and went to a place ...
... showing off his knife sharpening skills, scooters and Mercedes minibuses and cars of all kinds (including more little russian style cars for some reasion), and smiling folks everywhere. we stepped into a bakery to have a look because we were intrigued by the pile of wood outside. turned out to be a wood fired bakery and they were busy baking the loaves on gorgeous , big figured wooden slabs. they invited us to take pictues and even tried to gift us a loaf of bread to ...
There are hectares and hectares of olive groves, just seems to go on and on.
Our hotel was beautiful, right on the edge of the sea, we had coffees sitting over the sea. Dinner was down the street, at a restaurant over the sea where we were served by a Kurdish man who spoke good English and enjoyed talking to us as well.
... was one of the seven churches John wrote to in the book of Revelation.
We began our tour with a gondola ride to the Acropolis (or high city). We walked through the ruins and visited the Temple of Trajan. This white marble columned temple was built in 117-138 AD during Hadrian II's reign. We also saw the site of the library ruins which contained 200,000 ...
... channel, topped up the diesel tank at the local marina, then spent the evening anchored in a beautiful secluded bay with pine trees growing down to the waters edge
Thought we should check out the towns on the edge of the ‘lake’ so entered the little fishing harbour of Avlik and tied off beside the fishing boats. The buildings here are very Greek as this area was occupied ...