Neilson Aeolian Village Beachclub

Address: Skala Eressou, Lésbos, Northeast Aegean Islands, 81105, Greece | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Skala Eressou

    Hotel to Ship

    A travel blog entry by theproberts on Jun 01, 2015

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    Before leaving our Hotel for ship wandered a couple of doors down to a leather coat shop all of us trying on beautiful soft leather jackets & I a longer one, we didn't buy any but probably will when we get back into Istanbul, went for a coffee having yummy Baklava then we bought Turkish Delight to take on board. We were going to buy Cashews found they were 75 Turkish Lire a kilo which equates close to $ 40.00 a kilo. We were astounded when we heard a Traffic ...

    Quite Close to Lesbos

    A travel blog entry by kavking1 on Apr 23, 2015

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    ... them - makes the cruise so much nicer. Better change for dinner. Which was very good, as usual. Small gripes, like our waiter seems rushed off his feet and is too hurried to offer banter or even a smile, but the wine waiters and sommelier, the maître d are all lovely. The food is very well presented, mostly excellent, and although the courses are small, you leave full and satisfied. Tonight's entertainment concert consists of a ...

    Lesbian demographics

    A travel blog entry by john.beach on Apr 19, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... homes on Lesvos, reflecting their wealth, while Muslim Turks had smaller and poorer homes, not much better than slums. The population exchange forced changes and brought economic hardship, and the mansions which had belonged to the wealthy Christian families, before the forced migration, are now often crumbling, unoccupied shells.

    Little is made of the literary history of this island, which is closely identified with the ...

    Graffiti: Aristotle was here

    A travel blog entry by john.beach on Apr 18, 2015

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... br> From Mytilini's Byzantine-era fort, over-looking the town, its narrow streets, crumbling old mansions, and its two harbours, one for locals, one for tourists, are laid out, and given the age of the buildings, not much has changed for hundreds of years. The island has been Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman, a refuge for Turkish Greeks after their forced deportation, a fishing port, now over-fished, and a tourist destination.

    At sea

    A travel blog entry by trakka53 on Nov 25, 2014


    Paul was up with the birds and off for a walk around the tan. I stayed in bed with the curtains open and kept watch on the numerous ships travelling past us on their way to Istanbul, the Black Sea or wherever else they were headed. It took until after lunch to be out of sight of land and until mid afternoon for the ships to almost disappear. Apart from Paul seeing a dolphin jump right out of the ...