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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was set up to provide us with good demonstrations of traditional pottery making, using a leg operated pottery wheel. The designs and skill used to make this pottery made it attractive to buy some small pieces which were reasonably priced, so we have added to the weight of our suitcases. We continued along the road north towards Ankara through increasingly hilly and bleak countryside for about 280 kilometres, so it took a few hours including ...
... borrow from the mosque people, I decided to use the new pink shawl with bunnies on that I bought in marmaris last week :D it worked perfectly.
In the shopping centre under the mosque they were having an end of summer sale on their clothes, I bought a top for 70p! Successful trip.
... country as it is now. The accomplishment of this man for Turkey is endless. (please refer to wiki if you're interested to know more on Ataturk). Examples of Gandhi and Ataturk are answers to the question; 'what difference one man can make?'
All the countries I've visited, I've found that people of the country still had great respect and admiration for their heroes and they've gone to some considerable length to preserve, honour and respect their memories. All ...
... means? We could BAKE!!! That is exactly what we did...and by we I mean Lindsay made chocolate chip cookies and banana bread. Remember both Lindsay and I haven't been state side for at least a year and nothing says home like warm soft chocolate cookies. They were to die for. Also I made a request for banana bread because I could and Lindsay knew how to make it! Kristina made some pumpkin spice creamer, similar to Starbucks, for ...
Just a short blog entry for this day, as I'm falling behind and need to catch up. Our Turkish friends graciously drove us to Ankara from Corum so that we could catch our overnight bus to Cappadocia, and, along the way, they even took us to see the ruins of Hattusa, the capital of the very ancient Hittite civilization (existed around 4000 yrs ago, dating ...