Panselinos Hotel Apartments
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Panselinos Hotel Apartments
TripAdvisor Reviews Panselinos Hotel Apartments Eftalou
Travel Blogs from Eftalou
On our first day in Canakkale, we are heading to Assos, an ancient city built in the 6th century BC on a dormant volcano.
Aristotle lived in the city for a while and founded a school philosophy. It is also the home of Athena's temple
What Hunter thought
On Friday 17 April 2015, we went to Canakkale in Turkey. We left the ship early and went to a place ...
Another early breakfast after a good nights sleep, a few people look a bit worse for wear after yesterday. Breakfast at 7am and coach departs about 8.15. About a 2 hour trip along the old coast road rather than motorway, giving us some fantastic views of the Aegean coastline. Arriving in Izmir we ...
We left around 11.00am along the coast road to the twin towns of Assos and Behramkale, the former Greek settlement spreads out around the ancient temple of Athena Assos was founded in the 8th century BC, the temple was built in 530BC. We parked below the temple and walked the short way to the entrance, the lanes were lined with people selling local produce, souvenirs and the like. Not much remains of the temple and some parts had been ...
... of repair. They had lovely ornate railings at the windows and brightly colourful walls and shutters. The town also has two Greek Orthodox churches that have been converted into mosques, but one still has Christian services on a Sunday morning.
Murat rang us as we were exploring to see if we were ok, his family would like to meet us! He wondered if we were close to Istanbul? Unfortunately we're not. He told us about a location close by, The Devils Footprint, we decided ...
... car car park where a man spoke good English, he explained that the site would open at 1.00pm. That gave us te to have an early lunch. At opening time we took the cable car up to the entrance, there were souvenirs stalls lining the track and a barrier from the exit that made you walk past them all! Well planned tourism! We paid and entered . The site is amazing as well as the acropolis, there is a 10,000 seat amphitheatre built into the hill side, it's ...