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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Aldino Ankara
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... families, and been made to want for nothing. The sunset was magnificent over Anatolia; everyone seemed to smile and laugh; impromptu music and dancing broke out on the top deck, as night fell, the waxing moon our lantern.
At the town of Van on the eastern shore, our new train did not leave until midnight. It was of Iranian origin, but we travelled through Turkey still- our tired and deflated band trudged into ...
... and Mako, had drawn a map of the Donau and followed their grandparent's progress eagerly, marking the stops.
At 8:45, our taxi arrived and we waved a tearful goodbye to our good friends.
Deluxe Bus - Scenic Ride
The taxi dropped us off at the nearest metro stop (11 TL), saving us the hot uphill hike to the tram line and transfer. The metro (3 TL) let us off right at ...
... boutique hotel, called the Tuvana Hotel, situated right at the heart of the old city of Antalya, Kaleiçi. The hotel was designed like a house from the 1700's and it was very elegant. Our hotel owns a restauraunt calle the Seraser restaurant, a romantic terrace-restaurant with banana trees and candlelight serving not only Turkish Ottoman cuisines, but cuisines from all around the world. Next to our hotel, is the bazaar and many restaurants playing live music all ...
... in a plane, of course!) The flight was 9 hours and 30 minutes.
We arrived in Istanbul at about 4:00 their time. We quickly went through passport control and just made our flight to Ankara. This flight was about an hour long, nothing compared to the other flight!
We were driven to our hotel, the JW Marriot in Ankara, and were taken into our room. I was able to “Skype-In” to my Latin 8-4 ...
... could ask of a road trip today.
Somehow Marcin lost a catch on his helmet but my handy box of spares put us right. He’s still struggling with a £300 video camera that came supplied with a 50p fitting clip that’s failed completely so towards Ankara we bodged him up with double sided tape and a power lead running from a hastily assembled collection of wires and plugs. Once we’d disguised him as an evil cyborg from a bad sci-fi move with Death, Evil or Killer ...