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... system, only a few months old, which clearly most people don't know about. We now know you buy a sticker at the post office, and we now know where this is too, but it was a bit of challenge, no Turkish and a foreign car fill in the form (the 4 digit Export Plate is turning heads). But we now have a Yellow HGS sticker and can go through the barriers without the claxon going, which we saw happening, often. Unfortunately they also have ...
... Istanbul a couple of months ago...we in the US support our right to protest and that is a right Turks also enjoy. Yet, overreactions, some with tragic results, do occur regardless of geographic locale. Any tourist with an ounce of common sense steers clear of even 'peaceful' demonstrations and any gatherings of large groups simply because of the potential for unpredictable group mentality/activity.
... rail networks that is accessible from within the station building itself, making the servis unnecessary. The Ankaray line is more like a light rail system with frequent stops and slow speed. It connects to the more typical subway system at the busy Khizilay intersection.
As we exited from the street level elevator at Kolej station, we were unsurprisingly hit by a volley of rain water. Those threatening clouds we saw while ...
... that what we've seen looked a bit overstuffed. Petrol stations looks like an airports, with fountains, hypermarkets, big dinning halls, big screens and tellis in toilet. But seems like there is not many people using it. It's expensive everywere, fuel costs more than in UK, food small and more expensive than in London. This is weird.
Apart of it, when we entered Ankara, city was so obscure that immediatelly we felt like being hit ...
This place is very much a creation of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. Although it has been a town for centuries, it was a dusty Anatolian backwater til MKA chose it as the capital of the new Republic. Now it is a huge bustling metropolis.
I chose to stay in Kizilay, very much the student area. So full of life,shops, bars,cafes; a buzz in the air. Bit of a challenge to navigate to the ...