Akar International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... to pay their respects would have outnumbered the tourists! We arrived at dinner time to our cave hotel in Cappadocia. Approaching the surreal landscape of fairy chimneys and other rock formations took our breath away! As did our suite at the cave hotel! Our guide showed us to our suite and cheekily told us that we got the best one - as we opened the beautiful 100 year old carved door nestled into ...
... have in NZ. Im sitting in the Ankara otogar now, waiting for my bus north to Safranbolu.
The last two nights have been spent in Ankara. Obtaining my Iranian visa is causing me a few issues, and I suspect this won't be my last trip to the Turkish capital. I'm not complaining though, Ankara is a cool city. It feels far more modern than its sprawling cousin Istanbul. Giant electronic billboards dominate the streetscape, and smartly dressed professionals stream in and ...
... song. The singers showed really good breath control, and the dancers twirled pretty much on the spot, but also in an orbit while going into a trance-like state. We all thought that the twirling would be done at great speed and although it was not that fast it must have been difficult with eyes closed.
would have liked to use the hotel,gym but they wanted 75 TL for the privilege(NZ$50.00)
Tomorrow, underground city,pottery, Rock churches
Ankara so far has been pretty interesting, I've mimed my way to ordering vegetarian food, explored the city and got assigned to a giant room on METU's campus (Middle East Technical University). I'll post a link if anyone wants to creep on the university.
I’ll post pictures as soon as I can get them uploaded; I hope all of you guys are doing well in the mitten! ...
... that had come for the other girl and we all started dispersing. We ended up on the other side of the bar playing darts with a couple guys. This proved a bit more fun!
The next day I met up with another guy from couchsurfing who had hosted some friends. Me, him, and his girlfriend went to the Ataturk Memorial and then walked around for awhile. They introduced me to a new food and also bought me some medicine for my continuous ...