Ankara Hotel Midi
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Ankara Hotel Midi
Travel Blogs from Ankara
... it is ALL up hill. Finally I found the place but still had to walk half way around it to get to the drive way. It had only taken about 4 hours and the rain had set in by now. It really is huge. There must have been50 busses there by the time I got there. Surprisingly I was the only with person there. The busses were for school kids. The place was swarming with 5-7 year olds. What goes with school kids? School teachers! They are all the same all ...
... This was very interesting, and it reminded me again not to leave my extra batteries on the bus. Tom said he will e-mail pictures to me.
All the while, I had a vendor tagging along with me. I had just discovered that I had no money except a 100 TL note. He had a cylindrical seal of the Hittite King, and I finally agreed to buy it for 20TL after I got back to the bus to get some money. He stuck ...
... completely sucked Trace in; she turned back to select an exorbitantly priced pair of fluffly socks.
At coffee Tracey spent the ten minutes justifying her purchase, and feeling so proud of her charitable deed, trekked back up the hill to get a photo. As we got closer we watched her put a finger over one nostril and proceed blow into a concrete bush-mans hanky. Tracey determined to get her photo ignored the filthy gesture. In the ten minutes gone, the lady had forgotten ...
... even more exhausted by going exploring when I will have a tour of the campus tomorrow as an introduction to the language course. I’m hoping that on the tour I will find out where to get a bus to the city centre as I need to find a flat for when I go to Ankara University, and I need to go to the Police department to get my residence permit. Once those two things are done I should be relatively stress free for a while. ...
This has been a full on day and the temperature only reached 33 degrees. Our first stop was a little village called Cumalikizik which is quite high up on the hills behind Bursa. This has traditional wooden houses and narrow cobblestone streets and everything is old. They were rebuilding a new house in the exact same style as the ones which are there and in between the timber framing they fill it in with bricks ...