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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... so we are a captive audience for his lectures. Some are really excellent some are a little over the top some of our companions are taking notes!!! He was worth his weight in gold at Troy though, which was just great though the 'real' wooden horse is a bit much.
We also had today what Trafalgar call a 'be-my-guest' lunch in a hill top village - home made food in the home. It ...
... What? Whiskey is not all inclusive. So, we pay for whisky? Yes. What about beer? No, beer free. WHAT? Beer free? Yes. Ahahahahahahahhaha do they have Australians stay here often? I run and tell the others in the tour and they come bounding to the bar not believing me. Beer is free, most white spirits are free, wine is free. All from 10am to 10pm. There are about 8 of us drinking free beer, gin and vodka until the sun sets over the Aegean. What ...
... at all. It was like discovering a roman ruin ourselves. The place is called the ancient kingdom of Pergamon and is spectacular. It was citied in the Book of Revelations as one of the seven churches of Asia. Really cool. So many interesting little rooms and holes and carved marble. We eventually made our way up to the top and the stuff we had seen on the way was better than the stuff at the top where we eventually started ...
... where we climbed up the cobblestone walkway to see the Temple of Athena.
There were heaps of local handicraft stalls where they were wanting to sell us their goods. Beautiful hand made table cloths, shell art, crochet goods and local herbs, and olive oil. Some of the people had very weather beaten faces.
There were lots of ruins at the top of ...
... sailing north, although we did have a lovely sailing breeze for the last 4 hours. We spent the evening at Bademli, a secluded inlet between the mainland and a couple of islands.
Our pilot book mentioned hot springs on the shoreline opposite where we anchored so in the morning we thought we should check them out. Although the water was hot the makeshift pools on the shoreline were ...