Esenboga Airport Hotel
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It's midnight on our last night in Turkey. It literally ended with a bang. We booked a room in the Allstar Esenboga Airport hotel so that we could be close by for our 6am flight home. Little did we know that there was a wedding also booked at the hotel that involved, conservatively 750 guests and two fireworks displays. We were able to watch most …
... cold again! I wish it would make up it's mind!
The flea market was 5 minutes walk from my law school so it was easy to find and it was packed with people. There was such a mixture of things for sale from really old cameras to half of a barbie doll! And nothing was organised in anyway it looked like people just turned up with a box full of stuff and just tipped it over on the floor for people to sort through. In one of the first stalls I saw (well it wasn't a stall it ...
Awake early, 5 am, although our wake up call is 6.30, breakfast at 7 and on the road at 8.
Had some diversion in our room as we could not turn off the shower and when Jenny rang the desk she had difficulty getting the message through, and a porter turned up with two bottles of water, well she was complaining about the water wasn't she?
got on the road to visit a small village which is used in ...
... being told where a Mcdonalds was, because we "wouldn't like any other food". We took a cab to our real hotel today and it's beautiful, it's the guesthouse of the Middle Eastern Technical University. There are 2-3 of us in a room that has 2 beds and a pull out couch, a mini kitchen and balcony. The hotel is farfarfarfar away from everything else on campus but it still on campus. We asked the front desk where we ask ...
... ending at the excellent Ethnography Museum, Not a huge collection but HQ: period clothes, ceramics, carpets, calligraphy, Iznik tiles, books, utensils, swords, etc
Later picked up the car after the Mother of all Rainstorms (streets running like rivers)And then struggled in the gridlocked traffic for ages to get back to the hotel (rain + Friday + peak hour = frustration).
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility