Akar International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... income is US$11,000 pa. We drove into the Central Anatolya region where the land became rocky, pine trees grew. The towns looked like sets in the desert. Days were hot & nights cool, then the land changed to grow sunflowers, barley, olive trees.
Arriving in Ankara to visit the tomb of Ataturk. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk was a General in the Turkish Army, known for his leadership & bravery , he lead the army into war 1922 to fight against foreign occupation ...
... of different groups including Romans, Lycians, Greeks (Alexander the Great), Seljuks and early on Phrygians. Our guide then drove us to a nearby ancient city dug up and only half of it was actually dug up because the archaeologists thought there was no need to keep digging because they gotten enough information and the city walls would collapse. After that we had lunch then headed to the airport for a flight back to ...
... as we entered the city and we finally reached the hotel where we would leave our luggage while we went to the Grand Bazaar at about 2.20pm. We would leave our travel mates at the bazaar as they are to spend the night in Istanbul before continuing their journeys or going back to their homes. All agreed it was a great trip and we had all become friends. We took the tram to the bazaar and walked around there for a little ...
... from both the Turkish ambassador and the US one. Then it was drinking time. A brass band called "ToBeContinued" came up to the band stand and played some songs. They were from New Orleans, and really good, so much so I bought a CD from them for 20TL at the end, and even got a picture!
Now, without giving you all a step by step account of what happened, I will simply tell you I had fun. I felt like a fish out of water, but it ...
... wide open planes and hills littered with rock and small scrubby grass, expecting to see a horde of Mongol horsemen riding down from the top of them at any minute.
Next stop was the Tomb of King Midas and the Gordian Museum.o
Amazing satellite settlements of high rise apartment clusters in the middle of nowhere signal the approaches of ...