Kervansaray Canakkale Hotel
Travel Blogs from Canakkale
Here we are in Canakkale in Asian side of Turkey. Still looks like Turkey to me.
We have had a very interesting day checking out the war memorials at Anzac cove and Lone Pine. It is such a peaceful place now and beautiful scenery, such a shame that so many men died on those hills.
I have a special interest in the Anzac cove as my …
Gallipoli was an experience and visit to be had along the way. An early morning departure and 5 hour bus trip from Istanbul on dual lane freeway nearly all the way. Some photos attached from our afternoon there.
This was incredible... On our way to Pamukkale, we met a kind English couple on our bus ride to Pamukkale, Bea and John. Bea was actually Turkish and had a hotel booked for them already. Offered for us to share their free ride to the hotel which sounded just like the one we had so enjoyed in Fethiye. We thanked them with a smile and discussed a few …
We woke again to a wonderful scene from our window - the Aegean Sea in all its glory. Fishing boats were coming in and out of the small harbour and small waves were breaking on the shore. The girls found time for another swim and then we were on our way. First stop was the Assos ruins. Halfway up the hill from the harbour is the theatre so we …
... was a delicacy. In any case, it was delicious and very filling.
By about 5pm, finally, Izmir. I have a lovely room with a view and I’m happy. We took a walk down to the waterfront. We’ve been warned that the seaside prices will make us unhappy, and anyway the wind was nippy and cold. But, on the way we passed Mado, a super pleasant patio serving Izmir’s best ice cream, and chocolates, and cakes (maybe ice cream cakes). No no no, dinner ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking