Thursday Doors: Lesbos, Greece

Take a look at some of the doors we discovered while we visited Agiasos (population 2,500) a small village in Lesbos, Greece…………….Just out strollin.”

Village of Agiasos: Lesbos, Greece
Village of Agiasos: Lesbos, Greece

Then we met the guard dog………..in the garden………

Village of Agiasos: Lesbos, Greece

My favorite house was the “corner house.” I would have loved to have seen the inside of it! The vines just made it stand out!

Village of Agiasos: Lesbos, Greece
Village of Agiasos: Lesbos, Greece

These folks wanted their own coffee spot on the street. Maybe one for the men and one for the women?

Village of Agiasos: Lesbos, Greece

I wanted to add some windows to the mix. All the signs here have lots of wording on them and usually, somewhere, there is a bit of English, if your lucky!

Village od Agiasos,: Lesbos, Greece

More brightly painted windows!

Village of Agiasos: Lesbos, Greece
Village of Agisos: Lesbos, Greece

We saw these magnificent homes in the port of Mytilini, where the ship was docked. Fancy and huge………..

Mytilini: Lesbos, Greece
Mytilini: Lesbos, Greece

I hope you have enjoyed our stroll today in Lesbos, Greece!

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5 Comments Add yours

  1. restlessjo says:

    Just beautiful, Caddy! All those vines on the corner house would keep it shady in summer. Good picking too! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  2. Sheree says:

    A lovely melange

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  3. Toonsarah says:

    That corner house is indeed gorgeous! I love those purple shutters too ­čśÇ

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  4. Sue says:

    These are good!

    Like

  5. Alison says:

    Gorgeous photos. We did the exact same trip on that cruise and really enjoyed Lesbos and the castle ruins

    Like

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