Nazlihan Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... down the countryside became greener, and the livestock returned to sheep and cows. At a village called Gulpinar we stopped for icecream and some other supplies. We saw signs to one of the ancient sights situated in the village and went to visit it, the ruins of Apollon Smitheon, a 2nd century BC temple to Appolo and Smitheon (Lord of the Mice). The site is still being excavated, but has some very good carved and inscribed relics. We set off ...
When we woke up in the morning, the weather conditions were better but the seas were still quite rough, too rough to launch the tenders so our day visit to Lemnos was cancelled and by 11.00am we had pulled anchor and were on our way to Istanbul. Lisa was feeling ...
We had to wake up very early on day 17, because we had a 4 hour car trip to Gallipoli, and we had to be on the road at 8:00am. So as soon as we woke up, we packed our backpacks, got dressed, had breakfast and left the hotel. We didn't bring our big bags, because we would only be away from Istanbul for two days, we packed two pairs of clothes, a book and the iPads, (we needed to be able to check the score in the Ashes).
... were still in excellent condition. Unfortunately, we had specifically been told that visitors were not allowed to climb the walls. I listened :)
On the other side of the walls, we discovered the necropolis. The view over the city walls from the nearby hills was fantastic. We spent a little bit of time exploring every nook and cranny that looked substantial in the walls. The construction of the walls was well-executed. When we were in the ...
... regions. The two neatest areas in my opinion were a section where four of the nine layers were specifically labeled as belonging to certain Troy's and the amphitheater on the western side of the site.
After we finished exploring, we stopped off at literally the only restaurant for miles around (talk about a great monopoly). Lunch was good, but neither of us were blown away. Afterward, we began ...