Alfin Hotel

Address: 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

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      ... 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 ...

      From Istanbul to Cappadocia

      A travel blog entry by tritt-around on Aug 17, 2014


      ... ruled from 10th century BC & Istanbul was the capital of this part of the Roman Empire & later the first capital of Turkey. Turkey was occupied after WW1 & after the war of Independance in 1922 , Mustafa Ataturk moved the capital to Ankara. Loads of information so here is a small amount- Turkey has 34,000,000 tourists a year & most come from Russia; 95% of the worlds hazelnuts grow here; petrol is $2.60 litre; tax is 40-45%& the ...

      A very disappointing day

      A travel blog entry by essejtravels on Apr 20, 2014

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      ... the dead with their most treasured items. The archaeologists who discovered the mounds even dug into one that had a king of the civilisation called King Midas, they even let you go inside the mound and you could see the rotting roof. The graves were made with a base of pebbles then on top of that logs were built into a cabin-like building with the body and valuables inside then dirt on top. Residents of Gourdion include ...

      We are the land of the free.

      A travel blog entry by kathyonfoote on Jul 04, 2013

      ... flag. I took a moment to stop and look around. I felt like I was in California, and that I really didn't belong. I was probably the youngest person there, and I couldn't stop thinking that everyone there probably think I contribute to the embassy in some way or another, or at least I'm important in other ways. Little do they know I'm an art student from Bristol. Hmm.

      There were the Turkish and American national anthems, ...

      Adios, Ankara.

      A travel blog entry by nickybates on Jun 08, 2012

      ... and reliving their "glory days"... mostly their favorite East Lansing bars. "Has Rick's burned to the ground yet? No? It probably should be."

      Ankara was a great city to start out in, especially considering that very few people here spoke English (yay immersion!) and we had a great experience here. Tonight we leave for the coast and I'm not sure how often I'll have internet and be able to update, but I can promise that I will be having fun :)