Travel Blogs from Canakkale
... will need to go on a diet when we get back home - the Turkish do food very well!
After a huge lunch we travelled to the Gallipoli Peninsula and were given a very comprehensive tour of the important sites for the Anzacs. So much to take in and no description can really do it justice. It was a sobering experience to see the conditions and the geography of the place where the battles were fought and to what end?
After several hours we moved on to the ferry ...
... C mark today. Bo Bo and myself enjoy a swim/spa in the pool while the boys sit and watch sipping a cold Efes. Our time in Camlik is drawing to a close. It has been a remarkable few days having had the opportunity to walk the paths of the faithful and looking on in awe at all inspiring ruins from a time passed. I wonder how on earth these people from bygone days built such huge monumental buildings. An ageless spectacle in this modern world of ours. Euchre: Boys - 45 Girls - ...
... of the Republic of Turkey.
... the day for the Champions league final between the two Madrid main teams, I'd thought that everyone at the hotel would be watching, but no, I was the only one at the hotel pub, in fact I was keeping the bar tender up. A good game that should have been won by Atletico, they were ahead in the 92nd minute, but luck was on Real's side they tied the game in extension time, and went on to win the Orejona ...
... the coast until we left Gallipoli.
Holding Bay 1 reminded me of Pallarenda. There were pine trees everywhere, people playing with Frisbees, hammocks were set up, and locals were selling food. We could walk along the sand, but not swim in the water, and the colour of the sea a gorgeous blue. We were here for about 3.5 hours, and just hung out, and chattered amongst ourselves.
Holding Bay 2 was 3.5kms up the road. When it was our turn at around 3:30pm, we ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking