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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... working which means you can only go through the right barrier.... you can imagine the chaos at the barriers as people in the wrong lane try to find the right one... I guess it will get better.
Once on the road and out of Istanbul the traffic thinned to errr... nothing ( see pic). Actually this was taken when later when the weather had improved. We were trying to decide when driving through the drizzle in the mountains what ...
... an altercation with the people in front of them. We think it had something to do with putting seats back but of course we couldn't understand a word!). We were met at the airport by our guide who seems very pleasant and was actually smiling (not a lot of that goes on here). He took us to our Novotel hotel which is relatively new and very nice. The bath doesn't even leak! Tomorrow we have a full day starting with the Sumela ...
... occur in Taksim Square. The power of social media!
What are the students protesting? The local government decided to cut a road through campus - a project that involved cutting down a lot of trees. And they decided to remove the trees while the students were away for the summer. The university is ...
... made in the same country as the original shoes that broke down in China) exhibited the same problem under rainy conditions. To their credit, the shoes don't let any water in when there are no rain water puddles on the streets. We should not really be complaining.
The cold rainy weather was here to stay for the next several days but we refused to let it lock us indoors. The award winning Museum of Anatolian Civilizations and Roman ...
... altogether; together with our 10 words of Turkish, this made for exciting conversations! (no joke, one has to start using sign language and you'd be surprised how much you can actually communicate). Anyway, the other interesting part was that while it was unseasonably cold for September here (7 degrees in the morning), the hotel did not have the heating on nor did it have hot water. Since the city wasn't ...