Hotel Kum

Kabatepe Kum Limani Mevki Eceabat Merkez, Eceabat, Canakkale, Turkey | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by gary.rosewarne


Luci and I arrived back in Athens around 7am after a pretty uneventful ferry trip. Saying that Luci did sit next to a 145kg lady that snored louder than a V12 engine revving at at 7000rpm :)

Our plan was to drive 5-hrs to Thessaloniki, have lunch at the most amazing gyros / souvlaki place, and then another 1.5hrs to Kavala. When arrive in …

Very pretty but still awful at the same time

A travel blog entry by lucindafagan


The sun warming our tent eventually woke us up about 9.30am, so a well deserved sleep in. We sat in the sun and had brekky before meeting Henry an Aussie ABC cameraman here to cover the dawn service. He was super friendly and gave us some good tips on what to see around the place. By the time we got going it was about 1.30pm and we drove up to …

12 hours of driving...well supervising at least

A travel blog entry by lucindafagan


We both slept on the floor this time as the ferry was more crowded so we only had our individual seats. This also meant there were more snorers. Pretty sure Greeks are the best at snoring, so well done in that department.

We woke up about 5.30am and moved back up to our seats, snoozed a little longer and we were off the Ferry just after …

Gallapoli Battlefields

A travel blog entry by carlosherbane


... The road to Gallipoli was excellent all the way. No traffic jams coming out of Istanbul. This city is huge and seems to sprawl forever. The peninsula we doubled back to has had significant strategic importance in various ways. As it narrows, it forms a channel before the Marmarus Sea. For example, in World War I, the axis powers attempted to cut off Russian supply lines to and from the Black Sea. This was disastrous ...

Those heroes that shed their blood...

A travel blog entry by wendalex


... you've ever seen for 1 and gorged on them! so juicy…
We dropped our luggage at our hotel and met our tour guide, a lovely guy named Bill. He was Turkish and had an almost encyclopedic knowledge of the Gallipoli peninsula and the events of WW1. We toured the ANZAC battlefield starting at the proposed first landing place named Brighton beach. It is an idyllic spot for an amphibious landing - wide open country and low sloping ...


This hotel, located on Kabatepe Kum Limani Mevki Eceabat Merkez, Eceabat, is near Cimenlik Castle (Cimenlik Kalesi), Canakkale Naval Museum, and Canakkale Archaeological Museum.
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