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... just like the things they used to alert people of an incoming airstrike! I thought I was getting bombed for a minute. But no the siren was just to mark a minute's silence as today is the anniversary of Ataturk's death. Panic over!
It was so cold this morning! I'm still not used to the weather in Ankara it's constantly changing. In the mornings it's freezing, but between 11-2 its so hot you need to take several layers off otherwise you're sweating. Then at about 3pm it ...
... leading into volcanic areas for which Cappadocia is famous. A town with old cave dwellings and houses built into hillsides appears. Mustafapasa is just beyond and quite rustic looking. The Old Greek House hotel is quite famous attracting the likes of Martha Stewart. The food is good and the rooms unusual, ours once the kitchen and somewhat ...
... plane (With hours to spare) and flew to Ankara via a connecting flight through Istanbul. We met up there with the (sort of) friendly faces of Steve and Nathan and went to our hotel that was only our hotel for a night. For the second time on this trip, we successfully squeezed one more person in the room that we should have. We skipped dinner after wandering around and asking the lady at the front desk where to ...
... were very interesting and record divorces, dowry's and legal actions from as early as 300 bc.
Today we are heading to the region of Cappadocia, it looks so amazing and we are looking forward to it so much. On the way we stop at a salt lake which is one of the richest salt beds in the world and produces approximately 300,000 tons of salt each year. It is now spring and the salt lake is beginning to dry, the lake is approximately 65kms by 35 kms and by the end of the ...
... and language.
The Beyliks - The Period Principalities
Political unity in Anatolia was disrupted from the time of the collapse of the Anatolia Seljuk State at the beginning of the 14th century (130, when until the beginning of the 16th century each of the regions in the country fell under the domination of Beyliks (Principalities). Eventually, the Ottoman Principality which destroyed all the other Principalities and restored political unity in Anatolia, was established ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility