Akar International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we drove by bus to Avonos in central Turkey. This part of Turkey is quite agricultural, with wheat and barley as the major crops. Along the way we stop by Yazilikaya, a scared Hittite sanctuary rock formation believed to be 4000 years old. We spent three nights at the ancient region of Cappadocia where the unique rock formation was formed between two volcanos and sculptured over millions years by wind and ...
... This was very interesting, and it reminded me again not to leave my extra batteries on the bus. Tom said he will e-mail pictures to me.
All the while, I had a vendor tagging along with me. I had just discovered that I had no money except a 100 TL note. He had a cylindrical seal of the Hittite King, and I finally agreed to buy it for 20TL after I got back to the bus to get some money. He stuck ...
... 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 ...
... even more exhausted by going exploring when I will have a tour of the campus tomorrow as an introduction to the language course. I’m hoping that on the tour I will find out where to get a bus to the city centre as I need to find a flat for when I go to Ankara University, and I need to go to the Police department to get my residence permit. Once those two things are done I should be relatively stress free for a while. ...
... made of straw and mud. The cobblestone streets are like walking down a riverbed – this is no place for high heels - and they are dished into the centre with water running down in places. There was quite a big cemetery there which again looked like a riverbed with a few headstones standing up. We were told that this is the way the cemeteries usually look like because they believe that once the funeral is over ...