Halic Park Hotel
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... status as the steepest theater anywhere in the Greek world. Although I wish I could have had more time at the site, I still enjoyed the visit and will look forward to hopefully returning before too long with my travel buddy in tow :).
After visiting the Pergamon acropolis, we ate lunch and headed down to see the Asklepieion, a major cult center for Asklepios, Greek god of healing. The ruins here were actually more ...
... almost makes one dizzy. But ohh the views! They certainly knew their Real Estate principles... The river down the hill was the source of water brought in by aqueducts and stored in cisterns.I bow to those architects and engineers! We proceeded to the Asklepion, the Medical Centre that could be seen from the top of the hill. It became famous due to a local, Dr. Galen, who had studied in Alexandria and elsewhere, treated ...
... stowed, we headed out onto the highway. Our Renault Fluence is the perfect size but not really great on power but the roads were great as far as the coast. It was a longish drive and Ron and I shared driving and Christine and Bob share navigation duties.
We made such good time that we did have time to take a 4 hour detour to Assos. In this case getting there was at least half the fun! We knew the distance was almost 75 km and our average speed had been over a 100 km per hour up ...
We were aware that strong northerlies were forecast for the following day so made a dash for as far up the coast as we could manage in the day. Arrived at Sigacek marina at 7.45 pm after a 80 miles of motor sailing. The only highlight was watching Turkish armed forces helicopters target practising on the coastal slopes near Sigacek. Whole hillsides painted with various targets.
... the fence. We thought we’d check it out, as the Lonely Planet (our faithful guide book) told us to expect entry prices of around 12 Euro and avoiding that would be extremely nice. So, we walked up and up and up, following the little path, until we seemed to be on the main tourist track. Surprisingly, the first thing we found was actually a live tortoise, which waddled off slowly as we approached it. The acropolis itself started off with a few small structures and ...