Alfin Hotel

Menekse Sok 11, Ankara, Ankara, 06440, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Sincan area of Ankara.
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    Travel Blogs from Ankara

    The thermal springs at Haymana

    A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Sep 07, 2014

    9 photos

    ... time we reach Haymana the hills are almost barren. The town owes its sole existence to the volcanic springs at this particular spot in the hills. Our booking is the Midas Termal Otel which, after the night before, causes us a bit of trepidation as we approach the town. We take half an hour to find the MTO because it's hiding in a steep valley at the far end of town overlooked by the peaks ...

    Slow day, now after lunch even slower.....

    A travel blog entry by cflove on May 08, 2014

    7 photos

    ... since 2011!!!! Ironically its due to reopen next week....They do, however, have one large hall with I guess the best bits since this was really good. The area has been inhabited for literally thousands of years, its just overwhelming.

    We then headed for the old Byzantine castle . They clearly used any old bit of stone for the castle walls (you can see Roman and Greek slabs in the wall) and it's really set on a high peak with a wonderful view. ...

    Eyes wide open

    A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Sep 07, 2013

    3 comments

    As we are riding to Ankara and the drive is several hours, I thought it a good time to talk about the political or social climate currently inTurkey. Many of my friends expressed concern about my coming to Turkey given the large protests and unrest in Istanbul three months ago and the current saber rattling going on between Syria and the rest of the world - most notably the U.S. And since I'm thinking some of you might have seen the U.S State ...

    Cold and Rainy in the Capital

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Nov 08, 2012

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... away from adjacent gates simultaneously and then make a dash for the exit followed immediately by the next batch of buses taking up the vacated slots.

    We'd already got a taste of Turkey's inter-city bus travel with the innumerable bus companies operating large buses that seemed to be made entirely of glass. The quality of the roadways and these glass behemoths that glide on them make travel in Turkey a dream like experience. Add ...

    Bye Bye Europe, welcome to Asia.

    A travel blog entry by cimek on Oct 28, 2011

    12 photos

    ... that what we've seen looked a bit overstuffed. Petrol stations looks like an airports, with fountains, hypermarkets, big dinning halls, big screens and tellis in toilet. But seems like there is not many people using it. It's expensive everywere, fuel costs more than in UK, food small and more expensive than in London. This is weird.
    Apart of it, when we entered Ankara, city was so obscure that immediatelly we felt like being hit ...