Grand Eceabat Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Eceabat Hotel
The staff at this hotel were really helpful, the rooms lovely...
Our tour guide Hassan was passionate about his tours making Gallipoli his Wife, and Troy his Darling.... If you manage to have him as a guide, you will be enthralled. Ramazan the manager, booked our ongoing tour for the next 4 days, and we have been soo looked after by bus drivers and hotels. Thank you for your wonderful Turkish hospitality.
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Travel Blogs from Eceabat
... a pipe in the wall which doesn't seem to have a faucet, so there is about ¾ inch of water on the floor, ultimately trickling down the hole where the toilet should
have been. Assuming it's broken, I just close the door and open door #2. Same scene – BUT a woman has come in behind me wearing a burka. She goes into door #1. I am now behind door #2. I can hear wardrobe adjustments being made. I can see her feet (in the ¾ of running water) facing the back wall and ...
... six month jaunts around the world which is pretty much their standard hiatus. "If you're anywhere near Turkey, you're expected to visit Gallipoli" an Aussie told Joanne. For them the peninsula of land that runs down the Sea of Mamara and through the Dardanelles is sacred ground and homage must be paid. In 1915 World War I was just getting started, Turkey was allied with the Germans and the ...
... visit Marmaris while in the area so off for a drive down to the peninsula and harbour area. We spot "Buenos Vista", a 59' Selene motor cruiser. The boat, from Melbourne is on a hard stand. Nev has read it's cruising blog on numerous occasions so is pretty excited. After a photo shoot we walk around to the harbour front and shopping centre. We imagine the hoards here in peak time. Very popular with the yachties indeed. Following the west coast north we reach our ...
... is beautiful. 100 years ago the scene would have been horrific. The Turks managed to hold the area for the majority of the campaign and definitely had a big advantage occupying this spot because of the ability to see the entire region. After returning to Eceabat we caught a ferry over the Dardanelles to Cannakkale to spend the night. Our hotel was right on the water front with a lovely view. Dinner was included with our reservation so we had a buffet dinner. There was ...
... to wait for our bus. Just as the service finished it started pouring with rain!! Luckily they had given us ponchos so we didn't get too wet coz we could've been waiting for our bus for hours! There were over 130 buses and they were going to turn up in any order so just luck of the draw. Our bus actually got called pretty quickly and we did a big cheer! Turned out our bus wasn't actually there though and didn't come for at least another hour!! But eventually we got on the ...