Pyrgos of Mytilene
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... couple of hours to walk the streets at our leisure before being picked up and taken to lunch. Izmir, third largest city in Turkey, some interesting sights sounds and smells. Followed by s buffet style lunch, there seems to be a pattern forming....and then on towards Ayvaik and the Grand Hotel ...
... were dotted around
the hill sides, inter dispersed with bright green pine trees and the silvery shades of the olive trees, we passed a man walking along side his pack horse, and cattle, horses and sheep were grazing.at the road edge. We arrived early and it was fairly quite. We wandered around the old town, the narrow cobbled lanes rose from the seafront steeply, the cottages and houses(of which a few were for sale and would fit into our property portfolio :) ) were in ...
... for a lady that doesn't like heights! There are several remains of temples, three excellent mosaic floors, a gymnasium, the site is very large and it takes us 3 hours to explore it all. We drove into the town, most places were closed for the holiday. We found a small shop open and bought some local wine and some helva, this is a turkish dessert that is served on special occasions, it is made from sesame seeds, they are crushed into a paste and mixed ...
With Mike & Michel we are driving up the coast from Bodrum to Istanbul with stops at Selcuk and Cannakale (pronounced Ch-naka-lay)! We need an extra overnight stop along the way so we decide on Ayvalik, a beach resort. We decide to "case the joint" before choosing a hotel...and that is when the fun starts! Not seeing any hotels in the town area we head up to a high spot and then for some insane reason pull off down a narrow cobbled lane that just ...
... intact and put in the museum. The one floor from the house of a poet, Menandes, was unique because of the inclusion of masks of comedic characters. They also had statuary and pottery there.
After the museum we went to the Castle of Mytilini. This is one of the largest castles in the Mediteranean. Construction was started in the 400's A.D. It was completed in the 1400's by a genoese family, ...