Limak Ambassadore Hotel Ankara
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... the way I enjoyed a less-than-75-cent lunch of bottled water and simit, traditional Turkish street food that kind of resembles a bagel, and trekked uphill yet again to the summit of the hill on which the mausoleum stands. On entering the site, you pass a stone walkway lined with crouching lions sculpted in the style of the ancient Hittites (yes, you can see lots of original examples of this style in the museum), which lead you to a large courtyard surrounded by porticoes ...
... cold again! I wish it would make up it's mind!
The flea market was 5 minutes walk from my law school so it was easy to find and it was packed with people. There was such a mixture of things for sale from really old cameras to half of a barbie doll! And nothing was organised in anyway it looked like people just turned up with a box full of stuff and just tipped it over on the floor for people to sort through. In one of the first stalls I saw (well it wasn't a stall it ...
... leading into volcanic areas for which Cappadocia is famous. A town with old cave dwellings and houses built into hillsides appears. Mustafapasa is just beyond and quite rustic looking. The Old Greek House hotel is quite famous attracting the likes of Martha Stewart. The food is good and the rooms unusual, ours once the kitchen and somewhat ...
... places built in the memories of their heroes are of architecture magnificence & almost everywhere are located in wide open space. These places are built for the people to remember their history & admire the sacrifices made to exist as a nation. Here people feel privileged, humbled and proud in their heart for being a citizen of the nation.
Few years back, I was on my own quest to find Nepalese Heroes.I bought few history books, some unauthorized ...
... we had to get to our train, we paddle boated around the lake for a while, singing Edelweiss from the Sound of Music. It was comical and beautiful. We made our train (unlike on Wednesday) and got back to the hostel, hung out at the bar, and walked through the city to a fountain and sat on the steps of the Opera house and hung out. Friday we walked around the city, and toured churches like Theaterinkirche ...