Nazlihan Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... the Trojan horse although I missed that one. Our last formal night tonight and so we had photos again which is really wearing a bit thin. However we discovered that young Reuben had been doing the rounds of all the photographers as there were so many photos of him on display ... A thick portfolio of them. Feeling knackered from doing nothing ...
Waking up this morning, we looked outside and discovered we were cruising up the Dardenelles. The first thing that struck me was how incredibly narrow it is! It seems incredible that the English were arrogant enough to think that this strategic area of water would not be well defended!
We arrived at Kapez Port to much fanfare: red carpet, brightly colored band, flag waving children and many, many balloons. Many of the guests ...
This morning after watching dawn out of our balcony doors and breakfast we prepared for a busy day! We had decided to 'get into the spirit of things' and participate in what the ship had to offer so we had highlighted some of the many activities on. Each day Debbie gives a very detailed talk on the port we are to visit whether touring independently or on a tour. Currency, pitfalls, transport, places of interest, history etc. ...
... little way inland across the Homeric plain.Troia was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1998.
The Trojan Horse is a tale from the Trojan War about the subterfuge that the Greeks used to enter ...
... I can say that; the image of the past is not in focus and the scene requires scholarly edification. But then there is Homer and the tale he told that has lodged itself firmly in the foundation of the Western canon. Have the digs at Tevfikiye added some needed cred to the tale? I don't know...probably but what they certainly have done is brought me to Troy to touch some old stones, walk down some old paths and ponder some old stories...for whatever the ...