Barcelo Ankara Altinel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarcelo Ankara Altinel
A wonderful spot to stay and a good room with a very comfortable King size bed.
Great shower that was spoiled by the outlet being partially blocked.
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... it was a sea side type home and a 3 storey host, it was nice, but again not something that I liked as it was way too poshy for me.
Anyway we stayed there for 9 days, during which I didn’t do much but study Turkish, go to one nearby city called Şirince which was 'known’ for it’s wines, went swimming a few times, went to an internet café and bludged some internet, apart from that was bored out of my mind for the rest of the time. So to be honest, ...
... bar and as you walk in you do see a sign in the middle distance but you can't read it because it's dark (because the train leaves at 21:25 - or is it 22:40) but when you get closer it does say 'International Terminal'. Round 1 victory! And when you go inside there are 2 guys sitting and you show them your ticket and they put a little sticker in it telling you which carraige/couchette you will have on the Iranian train and the Turkish train. (1/13 and 1/31 in my case). And ...
... at a cafe in the nearby village of Cavusin. There was a huge rock cut building over a few different levels which had been a church before serving as a pigeon house.
After our ride we went up to the Goreme Open Air Museum which was just up the road. Basically it is a large area with the best collection of painted cave churches and other related buildings, some of which you could go inside. The paintings inside the few we went in were amazing. The colours are ...
... Ancient Roman Temple of Augustus right next to it. The temple is one of the oldest Roman ruins in the world, so I definitely had to see it. The mosque has kind of been incorporated into the temple ruins its quite cool. The mosque was really pretty, the grounds were in the process of restoration and the work they had done so far was amazing. And the view of the city from there was amazing too. ...
... and we’re looking around for someone holding a sign with our names. Nobody in evidence. Then we see someone holding a sign saying "Toto Tours." Huh? The transfer was not booked in the name of Toto Tours.
It turns out that our guide, Atilla, who lives in Istanbul, had flown in around 2pm and had arranged for a van to take us all to the hotel together! We’re thrilled, and use the ATM to get local money, and finally we see the driver holding ...