Limak Ambassadore Hotel Ankara
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... br> A couple of guys from Iraq used mime to ask if they could take a picture with us. We nodded and smiled. We asked them "metro?" and they pointed us upstairs. We knew they were directing us in the wrong direction but then realized they were sending us the ticket office for the long distance bus line named "Metro". We then just followed the crowd down hallway which turned out to be train line we needed to get ...
... other things. I walked through the museum wondering how on earth one person could have done so much for their country and in such a short time. His mausoleum is quite impressive. We even got to see the changing of the guard, which was cool. They utilize both navy and army at this place and the boys look very, very young.
Military service in Turkey is a requirement for all males. The length of service depends on your ...
... will bring us in the right direction. In smaller cities or at smaller bus stations it is of course easier: you look kind of insecure or sheepish and someone will ask you where you want to go and take you by the hand to bring you to the right bus. Very practical!
A bikers we have to be even more aware of them as of the buses. They will do almost everything to get an extra costumer, including last second stops. Can ...
... It was a lovely clear morning, which lasted all day. This is great in the day, but gives a brisk night, there was frost on the windows when we awoke.
The border crossing was relatively quiet and smooth, about 4 steps to get our of Syria and the same to get into Turkey, about 90 minutes altogether. The interesting step was the last one out of Syria. This was the stop where agents check that all previous steps have been done, and you are cleared to exit Syria. Here the friendly ...
... room near the Museum -- with a slightly musty smell, I must admit, but at least at a hotel that doesn't rent out rooms by the hour. (The neighborhood around the hotel, by the way, seems quite normal during daylight hours, with all signs of prostitution swept out of sight -- it apparently only gets creepy after dark.)
The next morning, I stowed my pack at the hotel and headed straight for the Museum, which didn't disappoint. The ...
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