Akar International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... similar to the blue mosque, but you saw all the different sections where the sultans and emperors prayed etc. I can appreciate the architecture and the beauty of a mosque but after those 2 I was a little over it. We decided to skip the Bascilla Cistern, with another couple of kiwis as we needed a drink and a bit if a rest at this time, also not really knowing what it was. Apparently this was quite cool, so next time ...
... attack. Luckily, Zeki's dad, who works for a bus company, called the Ankara branch and pulled some strings. I was able to take my box of stuff to the bus station and the bus company would take it to Akyaka on one of their buses! I was so relieved, but the next challenge was actually getting the box to the bus station - it was quite heavy and I have no muscle. I struggled a lot, I had to take several breaks, but I got my box to the bus station. I came back with ...
EM_TY adventures continues (with our first grumpy entry).
We were grumpy with Ankara before we even got there. For us it was coated in 'business trip', and it was taking up way too much of our Turkey time. We had to forgo our coastal dreams to frequent the Iranian Embassy and the photocopy shop near it. Our time here started off on the wrong foot and didn’t quite recover.
Again, we had booked a private apartment for a weeklong stay. When the ...
... in the same block as me.
After breakfast we went on a tour of the campus which lasted the whole day, the campus is 5 square km and is quite hilly, I struggled a lot especially in the heat and with no energy but I made it. At lunch time we went to the campus cafeteria which gives you a huge lunch for just 1 lira which is insanely cheap I couldn't believe it.The sports facilities here are free too ...
... Given that he only governed from 1920 until dying in 1938, it is quite impressive that his legacy has left such a feeling of pride and loyalty in the Turkish people over 70 years later.
Next stop was our beginnings of Civilization 101 with a visit to the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations, which is like walking through thousands of years of history! ...