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... or fear of not knowing about a topic. Really interesting, natural, and fun conversation. One woman the next morning brought me a bag of clothes and she said "use anything you need, it's all new and clean!" I am really stunned by the generosity and pleasantness of these people. Including our main guide, a lovely older Turkish man named Arda. He is so great, and he reminds me of my Italian professor from UW, Ruggero, who I absolutely ...
... very interesting. They were like something you would put on a salad not to be used for nachos. Other then that the night was amazing. We also ended up going to a bakery in search of chocolate baklava, with no luck we ended up eating cheese cake and walnut baklava. Our time in Istanbul and Ankara was just what we needed. All thanks to Kristina hosting us and showing us what Turkey has to offer. We would for sure go back to experience ...
I arrived in Ankara safely after a three hour bus ride. It took a little while, but Camilla found me at the bus station and we headed to her apartment for dinner. I was greeted by Camilla three roommates, Ane & Stephan from Denmark and Viola from Holland. We had a nice Turkish take out meal, which I really enjoyed. We had a nice visit and I had to call it a night, after being up for about 33 hour straight.
Camiila, who along with 2 of ...
... ending at the excellent Ethnography Museum, Not a huge collection but HQ: period clothes, ceramics, carpets, calligraphy, Iznik tiles, books, utensils, swords, etc
Later picked up the car after the Mother of all Rainstorms (streets running like rivers)And then struggled in the gridlocked traffic for ages to get back to the hotel (rain + Friday + peak hour = frustration).
... 8217;t believe they still allow that - such a huge bomb potential there). Once free of my burdens, I got a map of the city and started to explore the town.
I visited the Museum of Anatolyan Civilization and got an understanding of why Turks come in so many colors and shapes (just kidding - that would be the ethnographic museum, and there’s actually one). I finally found out who the heck the Assyrians are and learned of a tribe I never hear of: the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking