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... asked him where he s from and he said Seattle! I wish him lucks with the Seahawks since this could be their year... Very surprisingly, as soon as we entered Iraqi airspace we were in clouds! This wasn't supposed to happen! We were supposed to have crystal clear blue skies with unlimited visibility. Instead next thing we knew we picked up a little ice on our pitot heat intake and our airspeed started to decrease. This was the kind of thing we had to worry about around Iqaluit, ...
... the windows on the bus with their brooms connected with hoses. There are also waiters screaming out to customers for hot tea with sugar. Since I was the only tourist on the bus, they sat me right at the front of the bus on a small chair on the stairway where I could take some pictures of the majestic snow laden country side. I moved to the back of the bus by the end of the night where the ...
... B.C. (14,000 B.C.) You could also touch most of the ruins, which was a really cool experience.
We were then led up the mountain, steep road after steep road. It was definitely a work out! We got to the point where we could see the Ankara Castle and then made our way downhill. Serdar had us stop at many shops and had us taste foods such as Turkish delight, pistachios, and a special type of ...
My grand adventure began in the capital of Turkey with a week long in-county orientation in Ankara starting on September 13. This was an opportunity for our group of eleven teachers to come together for cultural and procedural training plus we had time to renew our social connections before heading off to various cities around Turkey. The Minister of Turkish higher education, university professors, and various members of the US Embassy staff shared with us. ...
... into the horizon- which was really nice! Thereafter, proceeded to head to the highest point of the citadel to panoramic views of Ankara at night. Were the only two people there so that was nice!
Finally, we had dinner at this really awesome meat restaurant. I had a lamacun (ultra-thin crust Turkish pizza) but what took the cake would have to be this Tatli(Desert) dish called Peynir Kunefe(Cheese Pancake). ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet