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... was a British Airways 747 directly behind us. We had to laugh! Here were the two extremes at the airport both getting ready to depart: the smallest and the largest planes together. Needless to say I expeditiously completed the run-up and off we went. Our departure took us closer to downtown Kuwait City and indeed the skyline was more impressive that the suburb near the airport that was our only impression of the country. Still, everything was behind a sandy haze and ...
The thing about travelling in Turkey is that, really bus transportation is the main method of travel. The bus service in Turkey is like no other that I have come across on this epic world journey. The buses are quite modern, yet they still lack room for feet (as does any proper bus service), but the service is quite good. The buses are often accompanied with a server (on this bus it was a ...
... the first president of Turkey, and he is buried there along with the second president. AtaTURK is where the country’s name originated. He changed modernized Turkey by changing their alphabet among many other forms. At the mausoleum, there were guards from the Army, Air Force, and Navy. There was also a museum that had painting, old swords/daggers, and remains from their war against the Greeks. ...
... not to miss and we lie on it to relax our muscles further.
After a shower we return to the main room, doused with warm water and exfoliated with a textured oven type glove. Each one of us is then massaged with soap and bubbles while lying on the marble, occasionally a slap on the **** is given to me and at the end of my warm massage she douses me with cold water, I got the trouble maker in the group and a water fight follows between the workers soon after. It was great fun.
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We then walked for about 2km to the citadel of Ankara. Not designated as a tourist spot, it is actually somewhat of a slums distract for Ankara. Little boys asking for 1TL were aplently and somewhat of an annoyance but we smugly evaded them. Found this little bar at the top of the citadel and managed to catch the ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility