Akar International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Last weekend I woke up, came downstairs and was told not to eat anything because I was to be taken out for breakfast inside the Kale, but it began to rain and the cafe inside the Kale was an outdoor one, we ate breakfast in another city cafe. The breakfast was huge, heaps more than I am used to and a quick note for Australians to remember, a Turkish breakfast involves, Cheese, olives, olive oil, butter, honey, jam, ...
... 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 ...
... how the Turks still hold the man in high regard (he died in 1938)
The mausoleum also houses a museum of his accomplishments and personal effects. A great number of oil paintings of the war period and a montage,of three periods ofWW1, each montage perhaps 30 m long.
One exhibit which really caught my eye was his launch which is a classic design and beautifully restored.
We could not help noticing the huge number of construction sites, large and ...
Sadly we left Germany yesterday, but we've finally arrived in Ankara, Turkey!
The trip to Munich was amazing. Dachau was very moving; I think we toured it for almost 4 hours. Michael, Nicky and I made a lot of friends at the hostel, chatting the other travelers was an unexpected highlight of the trip. At the end of most days we’d make some friends in the room and drag them ...
... of it, how can one weak man resist?
I walked around to try and get a feel for the place, I took a few wrong turns and found myself in a bit that looked more like the Turkey I knew. There were some musicians playing traditional music while people sat on the grass watching, it was Ramadan a big sign reminded me, hope I haven’t offended ...