Kervansaray Canakkale Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... sentimental tribute. There was also a ten-panel display that told the story of the campaign in both English and Turkish. I also got a brief taste of what the heat would have been like for the Diggers – as it was over 35 Degrees on the beach – and felt like the middle of an Australian summer.
We then got back on the bus and drove to the biggest ANZAC Cemetery – Lone Pine. A proper War Memorial is here with the 50,000 names of ...
... our room thinking this has got to be good for us. There is a lift that would leave us with only one floor to walk up but we are trying to be good! (I hope I can hear the clapping and encouragement!) At 9am we all jumped into the 12 seater bus (very nice Mercedes) and stop to get keys to the English Cemetery from the Commonwealth War Grave Commission office. Find out Cheryl had not been given the real facts about '3 Aussie nurses' buried here ... story was that these nurses ...
... Peter Jackson gave him last week.
We learnt the reason Turkey got involved in WW1. Basically they had ordered & paid for 2 battleships from England, which where built but never delivered because of the war breaking out. Germany then offered 2 free battleships to the Turks, which were accepted but when they arrived the came with Germans dressed as Turks who promptly ...
... the afternoon settling them in - airing their mattresses and setting up the awning. She was minute and stooped. He was tall and wispy. He looked as if a gust would blow him away. Nonetheless he chivalrously escorted her to the toilet block. They sat quietly in their camp, for ages. Dave’s comment “They look as if there is nothing more they need to say to each other” captured the moment. And then…she got up and went into the ...
... will not be forgotten) which always beings a tear. Just as dawn was breaking a flotilla of military ships appeared on the horizon with their lighs on, and sailed towards us, then veered off one and a time. It was pretty special to watch. As the daylight increased we could see the hills around us, which the Anzacs would have tried to climb as they were being attacked by the Turks. The terrain ...