Buyukhanli Park Hotel & Residence
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... had loud music playing and was packed full of young people smoking and laughing. Blocks and blocks of cafes looked exactly the same until we finally got to a cafe I should remember because it is next to the door of the apartment building. We took the tiny elevator up to the fifth floor, where number 28 (5/28 - my birthday!) sits right down the hall from a tattoo parlor. The trash had not yet been removed from the floor near the elevator. Maybe tomorrow. People, apparently I have become ...
... mountain name.
Elliott argues that in Paul's argument with the Anatolian Mother Goddess context, it actually serves his purpose to not name a mountain, and further to not even name the “other woman” (i.e. “the free woman”). We are left with a concatenation of images that Paul strings together without offering any contextual clues as to why he omitted the corresponding mountain and name of the “free woman” or ...
... not in the GPS and we were looking for a road heading in the right direction towards the lake we had just driven around when we found a sign with the hotel name and followed the arrows!
This would be the worst of our hotels and the most expensive but it was still ok. The room was big and I had plenty of space to organise and repackage our bags. It took a bit but Jim managed to organise our breakfast for 7am in the morning - not easy as it seemed none of the staff spoke ...
18.8.2013 Ankara (TR) Km: 22497 Change tire, second try / Pneuwechsel 2. Versuch
I chose a place to sleep in a small field next to a wheat field. The advantage was that I could use leftover straw to build me a mattress. The downside was that the farmer collects all the straw bales in the middle of the night. Lot of noise and uncertainty whether I have to go -> but was not a problem.
I wanted to look ...
At the Otogar
From Diyarbakir, I made the 14 hour bus journey to the capital of Turkey, Ankara. The bus ride was so cheap (for Turkey) yet so comfortable mainly because there was no one on the bus, only about 5 people. In Turkey, unlike Uzbekistan, buses do not have to be full when leaving because they need only a handful of seats to make a profit and would lose more money in the form of wasted time if they would wait around for the bus to fill up. Whereas, ...