Efes Hotel

Address: Kemal Pasa Mah. Talat Orhan Salcioglu Sok. No:13 Canakkale Merkez, Canakkale, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Kemal Pasa Mah. Talat Orhan Salcioglu Sok. No:13 Canakkale Merkez, Canakkale, is near Cimenlik Castle (Cimenlik Kalesi), Canakkale Naval Museum, and Canakkale Archaeological Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Canakkale

      Dardanelles

      A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Oct 19, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... am hearing other noises. OMG. There ARE no toilets! I have used the outdoors many times with no problem but this was different – this was not the
      usual wee in the woods.



      I am wearing slacks and am standing in running water. Talk about a wardrobe adjustment? I somehow had to drop the drawers and squat over this 3” hole with perfect aim. Oh! That's what those engraved stones are for – so you don't slip on the floor. The stones ...

      Riches to Ruins and Faithful Ones

      A travel blog entry by niftymarsie on Jun 26, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... Camlick. a small village just south of Selcuk. We are staying at "Bilgerler 7 Sages Winery" for something different. Located in the country it's very picturesque. A great place to relax after a tough day sightseeing! The surrounding area is renowned for its historic ruins. Right in the township of Selcuk we find St John's Basilica and castle ruins. For the Christian readers and others interested St. John is the youngest of Christ's Apostles and the author of St ...

      Gallipoli and Troy tour (11th-12th June)

      A travel blog entry by matt.stevie on Jun 11, 2014

      26 photos

      ... food there. We didn't really know what we were eating most of the time. We thought we would try some of the Turkish deserts but they were disgusting. Matt and I were struggling to even swallow it down. It was a bit funny really. What I found weird was that the next day when we had breakfast they had a normal chocolate cake. Why have that for breakfast and not for desert? It was strange but it tasted yummy and I wasn't going to complain! I'm happy to eat ...

      Anzac at Gallipoli!

      A travel blog entry by nicolapollard on Apr 25, 2014

      ... the warmth and somewhere to rest our heads as we were sooooooo tired!! It was so hard to keep our eyes open during the service. Finally we could sit and sleep! We had a quick food stop just down the road then it was a 6 hour bus trip to Istanbul. We didn't mind tho coz we were all out to it pretty quick! Our drive must've been hooning tho coz it only ended up taking 4.5 hours! Once we checked into the hotel we had time to reflect on what an amazing experience we had just ...

      Humanity amid brutality

      A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Mar 11, 2014

      2 comments, 30 photos

      ... small space. It will certainly be crowded!

      The plaques also shed light on some horribly unbelievable statistics. This one stood out:

      ‘The British Empire, Dominion and French forces suffered severely on Gallipoli. More than 21 200 British, 10 000 French, 8 700 Australians, 2 700 New Zealanders, 1 350 Indians and 49 Newfoundlanders were killed. The Allied wounded totalled over 97 000.’

      We drove up the mountain to Lone Pine, where they ...