Assos Eden Beach Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Assos
... it and everything.
We drove around the island and I think every road on the island it was that small!
We walked to dinner and had a whole grilled fish!
Tomorrow we take the ferry back and go to Cannakale.
Word of the day: tesekkür ederim
It means : Thank you!
Since we did not make it to Bergamum yesterday, we are stoping at Assos. In Assos you will find the ruins of an old Greek port where a Greek philosopher, Aritsotle, spent some time. It is also famous fro a temple dedicated to Aphrodite.
After, we drove to the remains of the city of Troy. There we met a lady who gave me a gift. It is a necklace of onyx on a leather string. I liked it very much. It is one of the best gifts I ever got, because I did not ask for ...
... everywhere else, but the ladies also made something like crepes with cheese, a scrambled egg dish that is unique to this area and freshly baked different breads.
In the back of the hotel has a boat dock. the water is very calm here because it is a small little bay and there is a huge island is across the way.
The water is so clear I can see the fish, the clams and sea urchins in the water.
... saw ruins of the Basilica of Saint John and Temple of Artemis, which is one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. We ate Turkish pizza (no tomato sauce, thin and crispy). Then we saw a demonstration on Turkish rugs at a co-op. We played Team Trivia again. Teams of 9 people. 15 questions. Both nights we've missed 4 questions. It's fun. Sailing to Crete tonight. Miss you ...
Our cabin is so quiet, hardly hear any noise or hardly any movement. Very comfy. This is a tender port. We have to be shuttled to shore on a tender because there is no big dock. We don't have a tour here, so another relaxing day just exploring. Lesbos produces half of the worlds ouzo. Also lots of olive oil. I'll write more ...