Akar International Hotel

Address: Gazi Mustafa Kemal Bulv. No:111 Maltepe Cankaya, Ankara, Ankara, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Mebusevleri area of Ankara, is near Ataturk Mausoleum (Anitkabir), Ankara Citadel (Hisar), Haci Bayram Mosque (Haci Bayram Camii), and Hattussas.
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    Travel Blogs from Ankara

    Why Ankara?

    A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 11, 2015

    9 photos

    ... It was just massive with many, many bus lines. I bought a ticket for Göreme, my next destination. I intended to stay for two days in Ankara, then leave early Monday.  I took the metro down to my stop and then got pretty lost finding the office of the person who owned the apartment I'd rented.  I dodged taxis and buses and continued through a run down area with groups of young men milling about drinking beer. Me and my backpack. No street signs. Few ...

    The Galatians and the Mother Goddess, Cybele

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 05, 2014

    1 photo

    ... a series of contrasts under the headings Abraham's two sons, one according to the “free woman” (Sarah) and one according to the “slave woman” (Hagar). The sons then are correlated under the headings of their mothers and Paul declares that these two mothers represent two covenants. First is “Hagar”, “Mt. Sinai”, “bearing children for slavery.” Hagar is then identified with “Mt. Sinai” ...

    Up, up in our Balloon

    A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 07, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... from Australia who are living in London. Their daughter India was 10 and Kayla had a great time chatting with her. We finally got on our way a bit later than planned.

    Jim found a road that went up the middle towards Ankara. It was an interesting drive through small towns and tiny villages. We passed camps of Gypsies with their tents set up along the road through this area. They had mini vans of varying descriptions for transport rather than horses and ...

    Apartments and protesters

    A travel blog entry by laurennorman on Aug 22, 2013

    4 photos

    ... my deposit I wondered around in the centre and did a bit of shopping when suddently I heard a strange horn like noise (which turned out to be a water cannon thing) and on the other side of the road I noticed that there were lots of riot police waiting around. I was confused however as I had not seen any people protesting or any sort of commotion so I just presumed that it was a just precaution after hearing what is happening ...

    Day 7. Ankara to Cappadocia

    A travel blog entry by mcgowan on Sep 19, 2012

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... a ceremony and hundreds of the armed forces were there. You can see in the photos four figures standing on the edge. They stood so still that you thought they were statues and then they all marched off doing goose step marching. There were only 8 of them but the noise was amazing it must have been scary when the Germans were in a large group marching towards you. We then went to Haci Bektas to visit the tomb of Moslem Sufi. The countryside changes with every bend in the ...