Buyukhanli Park Hotel & Residence
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Buyukhanli Park Hotel & Residence Ankara
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... couldn't see his room unless you paid more ( would of been helpful to know this in advance), and then you had to wait in line to see the relics and jewellery. We had half an hour and didn't think that would be enough time, so got some food instead. I had a chicken and salad in a roll, bit pricey but very hungry at this point. The view of the city and sea was very nice too. I managed to get a photo without people in ...
... which was nice. They helped me take my suitcases to a taxi and then that was it, I was done.
I was very sad to be leaving, this has definitely been the best year of my life. I have met so many amazing people and seen some beautiful places. I am confident now that I can live in Turkey permanently when I marry Zeki. I really don't want to go back to Norwich now, but only one more year to go until my degree is done and I can start my Turkish life.
... we survived the frightening drive into the city. He dropped us in the vicinity of our destination, and left us to walk the streets in the dark hauling our packs, unable to see building numbers anywhere and ringing random door bells. One man was so excited I had ‘responded to his Facebook request’, he called his friends to the door - let’s not think about what that means. I left and kept dinging, eventually a lady answered and handed me a key and closed ...
... bus which is free but it only goes to the other campus which is nearer the city centre, the other bus is the ankara municipality bus called EGO and you need a card to ride these - its basically like an oyster card as you can go on the metro with this too. So I bought an EGO card so in the next couple of days I will go into the city centre to look for a flat. Now I'm going to flop in bed as I am exhausted.
... The reason for this is that it sits at a natural junction between cultures who settled in an area known as the Fertile Crescent because of its location at the junction of the Euphrates and Tigris rivers. It also figures prominently in Biblical reference as Abraham is said to have lived in Turkey and Noah’s ark supposedly landed on Mount Ararat. The museum ...