Ankara Hilton SA
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
TravelPod Member ReviewsAnkara Hilton SA
Most comfortable bed in the world. Near a major shopping/eating street.
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Turkey is a country situated at the crossroad of Asia and Europe. There was a long history of movements of people from both directions which left significant impact on Turkish people. Our tour guide Ayhan told us that the original Turkish people probably came from Xinjiang, China and closely related to Uighur. the country had long history of …
Got to Ankara around 9ish, but then we had to wait for a lot of lazy stragglers to move their backsides and get to the airport bus. By the time we got to the baggage carousel, it was already spitting out bags, so I did a quick run into the Duty Free to get a bottle of Macallan for my sister and some evil smokes for mom. Grabbed the luggage which was ...
... said yes. It was a good move as I think this helped the group feel comfortable with me. Regardless, that window seat would have been sweet come sleep time. After we switched seats, I met GQ Ali's friend, Ramin. He didn't speak or understand English very well but I was able to get him to understand that I was traveling around the world for a year. I thought this would get them to be interested in me and keep the conversation going. It worked. Rain eventually ...
26th Apr 2008
An Interrim Report
Back from Bursa. Things are moving along. (Upon writing that sentence I realize it to be a personal unintended pun, as I am just coming out off a bout of stomach flu).
It is Saturday morning. I am in a hotel room in Ankara. More about that later. Up until the flu struck I was writing a long letter to my sister, which I would then edit to a blog entry here. But that ...
... some stuff and then he will be their English-speaking guy. The Kelebek was very nice and I would certainly recommend it, but if I had to choose between the two, I'd pick the Gamirasu hands down every time as my first choice of places to stay in Cappadocia. The staff was wonderful, the hotel rated much higher on the "cool" scale (although the livestock made it a little louder) and the food was better. Interestingly, most of their guests are Americans. They get much ...