Grand Beyazid Hotel
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... so we didn’t get too excited – the staff started checking passports yet again, then we finally had our boarding passes scanned (but not before the woman checked our passports again for the umpteenth time) and we filed through to the buses.
After another five minutes off we went to the back of beyond in the buses and climbed aboard, about 100 passengers, we were down the back so could see the interesting ways people tried ...
... arrived in Ankara and visited the Mausoleum of Ataturk, the father of modern Turkey. Upon our arrival and as it was a holiday regarding Ramadan, we see greeted at the Mausoleum with an alcoholic lemon hand wash and a sweet lolly, we loved they both. Getting back to Ataturk, he believed 'If the people don't their history they have no future.' What he meant was, we need to learn from our mistakes, that reveres to everything. We found the information about Ataturk very ...
... a glass of apple tea, delicious, and in the window a lady was making and rolling pastry to produce the local filo pastries. Continuing on our way we ran the gamut of all the local eateries telling us how superior their establishment was, they all sold the same sort of food so lots of competition. After a quick was we went out and chose one of eateries, my glass red was in a huge glass and very nice. We had stuffed vine leaves and local meatballs followed by spinach pancake and lamb ...
... with little words in common I can feel her warmth and need to connect with someone from there. Her son owns the petrol pump and lets me use the WIFI free of charge. Yet again a 5 minute stop turns into a longer visit. No need to rush when you have no fixed plans…the way to travel really!
Now in Istanbul… more about it and my travel back to Holland in my next story!
Will be back in NL by mid October, scary and beautiful at the same ...
... a day for six days a week. We returned to our hotel in the late afternoon to write up our blog, plan the next day's events and generally unwind before we set out to forage for a Turkish dinner. As already mentioned the hotel room is highly ornate if impractical, though the bathroom was certainly clean and quite modern. The main problems were the absence of any convenient power points and a general shortage of storage space. While these ...