Elite Hotel Kucukyali
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Houses. Ferry across the Dardanelles was 10 Turkish Lire, and it takes 30 minutes.
Gallipoli Houses is in the village of Kocadere, and from the terrace of our room you have a view of Gun Ridge (Turkish) in the centre of the ANZAC area on the Gallipoli Peninsula. The town Hall in the village was used as a field hospital during the campaign, and much of the village was damaged during that time.
Gallipoli houses was great, and excellent base and so peaceful. We chilled ...
... loves 80's music and probably was the reason behind what was being played, not because the retirees were requesting it. Whew. Thanks to our apartment managers for the next few days in Turkey we were able to check in early and get to wifi again! So we are catching up on all things digital and getting some much needed clean clothes, resting and preparing for a walk to the grand Bazaar. Naturally Linda was able to slip in a cat nap, I was I had - as I didn't get much ...
... to try the orange as I have talked about it ever since! He is sold! Although we look in other Turkish cities and towns we have never seen it anywhere else! We start our walk back through another part of the city and stop and get some Turkish delight vacuumed packed to bring home. Suddenly the temperature seems to have dropped and we are freezing and our breath is blowing mist! The temperature is under 8C and we have a long walk back which is not going to help our chesty coughs! ...
... walk through many other rooms including the treasuries filled with priceless treasures, the armoury with fancy swords and rifles, a gallery with portraits of the sultans, and places like the circumcision hall covered in intricate colourful tiles. The gardens were lovely too with views across the Bosphorus and down the golden horn. There was another area filled with religious relics such as bits of the prophets beards and shroud, and soil from Medina. The place is huge and after a few ...
... fit for a sultan - every kind of grilled vegetable, salad with rice, pasta, bulgar wheat, filo parcels with feta cheese, delicious tender lumps of lamb and chicken and of course, bread. By the time we had finished we had sailed to a small village only a couple of clicks form the Black Sea. We passed some really stunning houses and some derelict remnants form the days of empire. Turkey has had a tricky few years of late but is perfectly poised, just ...