Halic Park Hotel
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7am this morning we docked at Athens, what an amazing day, we opted to do our own thing again today, we caught a hop on hop off bus and headed straight to the Acropolis. We scaled the heights of this amazing site, the Parthenon is just spectacular. From the top of Athens most famous hill the view of the city is brilliant, the Temple ...
... of the Air Malaysia flight shot down over the Ukraine killing 298 people (38 Australians), as well as news of the breakout of war again in the Middle East with Israel once again attacking the Palestinian Hamas in the Gaza. The Ukraine is to the west of us and Israel / Palestine to the east of us by only a few hours of flight in each direction. You could say that we are the meat in the sandwich of conflict. It is a bit of a sad time for the world.
... is a large room of orange yelling at the screen, with one family cheering for Costa Rica. Still nil all, will find out tomorrow who won by the happy or unhappy Dutch guests. As it is a Dutch company their win is expected. Good night, tomorrow is the port of Kusadasi, we are sharing our private tour with the two priest we met, Father James and Father ...
... 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.