Akar International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Ankara
... 300 earth mound tombs in this area. There were a film crew here and they asked me to take a leading roll!!!! I had to take photos of the oldest mosaic in the world. I may just be snapped up and never come home. Lol 12% unemployment, 2 million Syrian refugees have come in. Govt pays each Syrian refugee $300 TKL. Military conscription mandatory; armed forces number ...
... Turkey has developed industries&education systems since 1923.
Ankara was previously the Hittite settlement of Ankera, named Angora in the Roman /Byzantine era. Angora rabbits are bred there & their wool is important in the fibre industry. More than 100 Embassies are in Ankara & it is the Government capital while Istanbul remains the commercial capital.
Drove past the salt lake - occurring when it was trapped between two volcanic plates. The ...
... over the top. Soon our hour was over and we came in to land. We got into landing position then were told it was ok, it would be a soft landing. Our pilot actually brought the basket right down on top of the trailer!
They said that there are allowed only a maximum of 100 balloons in the air at a time. We thought there were a lot with between 60 and 65 this morning.
After our celebratory drink we were driven back to the hotel for breakfast. We checked ...
Before I start, I must warn you that this particular blog post is full of complaints and a rather unhappy Kathy. I must state though, that after having slept, its all OK again.
I said goodbye to Dan, my lovely boyfriend, at Temple Meads station at 8am on Sunday 30th June. This upset me as it was, to leave him for such a long time was always going to be difficult.
I must note, that I had to move my life into storage the day before, and barely slept because of ...
... Chi Minh's mausoleum with its enforced solemnity.
Afterwards, we head out to the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. It's surrounded by a lovely garden-in-progress recently stoked with manure. I'm rather surprised by how small the museum actually is. It's housed primarily in what once was the Mahmut Paşa bazaar storage building and Kurşunlu Han or Inn. The buildings date to the 15th Century during the Ottoman era.They have been nicely restored to ...