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 ...
... to us, rather than being the usual buffet.This was the last meal we would all as a group have together as we were splitting up to go our separate ways the next day. We found everyone easy to get on with on the tour and met lots of interesting people from Australia, India, America and Canada and England. We have exchanged email addresses with them so we can keep in touch. Our case packing done for the umpteenth time, it was such a relief to get to ...
... 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 ...
Today was the last day of the language course and we got our certificates. I got 90/100 :) Afterwards me and Zeki went to Atakule which is a tower with a revolving bit at the top with some restaurants inside. We got some amazing views of the city and just underneath the tower was the botanical gardens so we walked through those afterwards. Tonight we are taking the overnight bus to Mugla and early in the morning we will be in Akyaka! :) ...
... the Column of Julian which was erected in honor of the Roman Emperor Julian the Apostate's visit to Ancyra in 362.
V made an earnest attempt to purchase new shoes to replace his faulty pair but did not succeed in finding anything suitable. A temporary solution was found in the plastic shoe covers that are available in plenty in Turkey as you enter mosques, hotels and museums. They could be worn as a waterproof lining over the socks ...