Nazlihan Boutique Hotel

Iskele Mevki Behramkale Koyu, Assos, Canakkale, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Iskele Mevki Behramkale Koyu, Assos.
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    Travel Blogs from Assos

    Scenic Byways and Battlegrounds of Gallipoli

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 03, 2014

    29 photos

    ... br> Tevfikiye is a small village near the Ancient Troy Archaeological Site. TomTom lead us there and we followed the signposts to Troi Pension. The owner Uran was a bit standoffish. We felt that the €50 he asked was way overpriced for his modular-motel like pension, especially in off season. We ended up negotiating it down to 80 TL ($36). They serve dinner too.


    "Not all who wander are ...

    Views from 2500-yr-old Temple of Athena

    A travel blog entry by stevelegassick on Sep 29, 2013

    50 photos

    ... I didn't fall so it's really cool that I did that. Sites have no liability issues here in Turkey!

    It's a hot, sweaty hike up the ancient cobbled path through town, and then a few kms down to the coast, through many more rough leftovers, including a large necropolis full of sarcophagi and a nice ruined theater facing the sea. The map pin is set right at the peak, where the temple ruins are.


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    Touchdown - Asia

    A travel blog entry by biker_mike2013 on Jun 23, 2013

    1 comment, 23 photos

    ... years and re-discovered in the 1870s by a German explorer who having read Homers Illiad figured that this big lump of earth near Gallipoli in the Asian side of the strait must be Troy, and he was right but had to do alot of digging to be sure.

    My original plan had been to cross the Bosphoros in Istanbul (and into Asia) that acts as a funnel for all roads heading between the east and west. ...

    Everything is Beautiful!

    A travel blog entry by hmocha on Jul 09, 2011

    23 photos

    ... Last summer, I noticed it with Emma who wouldn't really attempt French even though she's pretty good at speaking it. Here Ayşegül apparently knows the least English, but she seems to me like she knows the most (even though it's still not a lot) because she's willing to try. Her brother (and everyone else for that matter) all "respect" the language too much to risk butchering it. My complete lack of Turkish (or for that matter French or Hindi) knowledge has allowed me to ...

    First day on the Coast!

    A travel blog entry by hmocha on Jul 06, 2011

    43 photos

    ... who directed us to a fish restaurant where he and Tugay's mom had fish sandwiches and Tugay and I had calamari! It was delicious! Tugay paid for the meal and when Blue Eyes found out, he kind of went crazy. He dragged us to another restaurant so he could buy us drinks (tea, etc, not alcohol). Then he decided to go meet up with Tugay's father as well as his own wife and 5 year old son. When the four of them finally came back, we sat for some more ...