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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... my old family.
When we got to my new host families, well only host mothers (to be precise) new house we took my stuff up, then put it in my room, we then sat up and chatted a little bit, but I later had to go to bed, as I had school tomorrow and a wakeup at 6:20. The most important thing is that I am now much happier where I am living.
However I still feel lonely as she is a very hard working Civil Engineer working the Marine sector, I don’t see her in ...
... and the founder and first President of the Republic of Turkey. It is located in Ankara and was designed by architects Professor Emin Onat and Assistant Professor Ahmet Orhan Arda, whose proposal beat 48 other entries from ...
... an altercation with the people in front of them. We think it had something to do with putting seats back but of course we couldn't understand a word!). We were met at the airport by our guide who seems very pleasant and was actually smiling (not a lot of that goes on here). He took us to our Novotel hotel which is relatively new and very nice. The bath doesn't even leak! Tomorrow we have a full day starting with the Sumela ...
Today I had my first lesson at Ankara University. It was only an introductory lesson but still, it was nice to finally get to the lesson stage. For the past 2 weeks we have all been going mad trying to organise what courses we are taking, and to make matters worse, the university only finalised the courses that they are teaching in english a few days ago. ...
... softer than plywood. It’s funny how you take things like that for granted and don’t appreciate something as simple as tissues in the bathroom.
Our hotel is next to the largest shopping mall in Ankara. I walked over there and it’s exactly like an American mall, only bigger. And the prices are insane. One guy in our group said he bought some soccer shoes before leaving the US for $50 and saw them in ...