Nazlihan Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... found beautiful mosaic floors, bath complexes and even water and drainage systems that are still working. Joseph went for an explore around one of the springs and found a collection of frogs, a couple that were quite vividly spotted.
On the way back to the ship, we stopped in the town of Kepez where we found a bakery and tried some delicious Turkish biscuits after many hand gestures and pointing. Worth the effort though, delicious! ...
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. ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... to the conclusion that we would be dropped off about 5 km from Troy and would be able to take a taxi the rest of the way. It was important that we took a taxi because of time restraints in the packed itinerary for the day.
As we watched the dolmuş shrinking into the shimmering horizon, we turned to face the road ahead of us with the words "taksi yok" ringing in our ears. Since we needed to be ...