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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The first picture is of the dining room in the hotel, which is also an industrial museum.... very odd. Not sure where the exhibits are from or why they are there but interesting none the less. You can see our dinner companion was an old Camaro.
After breakfast we headed off to the famous Anatolia Museum which holds a world class collection of artefacts from the region. What the guide books do not say is that almost all of it is closed for renovation ...
... the two came over and gave me a black fluffy shawl to wear, i assume she thought i may have been cold. I didnt have the heart to try and mime the fact that it was 25 degrees and i was perfectly comfortable, thank you, Im from England. I took it, and preceeded to sit and boil whilst drinking my glass of Turkish tea. The mall opened, I paid the lovely ladies and spent some time wandering around the mall, getting my aftersun and other bits and bobs ...
... as well as ridiculous parts of his memory: clothes, books, bier, shaving gear, swords, Cadillac, pleasure boat, and countless artifacts of his years as modern Turkey's great military and political hero.
Inside the gallery is a military memorial with giant paintings of Ataturk and his associates' great moments of triumph and their genuine accomplishments.
IV. Middle Eastern Technical University (METU ...
... into the modern country today. There is a museum near the mausoleum which showcases some of his personal items, his medals etc, and many details account his life and the revolution in Turkey.
The mausoleum was pretty much the highlight of Ankara, and after some sightseeing around the city we head back to Istanbul via Bolu, a small ...
... were even more so. The urinals had TV screens above each one and everything was so clean you’d honestly think you were in a first world country. The food was expensive and second rate. I had some macaroni cheese, some beans and a little salad. Marcin had everything else. Even after four bowls of food he was still hungry but we carried on regardless. He’s a one-man famine waiting to afflict a country. A ravenous plague devouring its way from continent to continent. ...