Ankara Hilton SA
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Most comfortable bed in the world. Near a major shopping/eating street.
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Fri May 30, Hittite capital, Hattusas
Hatti Culture, 2300-2000 BC; Hittite Culture 2000-1200 BC. Selšuk told us that the Hittites displaced the Hatti Culture, though they probably lived side by side in a peaceful penetration leading by degrees to a monopoly of political power. But here is a link to an article that says there were no …
Wednesday May 15 Day 13: Cappadocia/Hattusha/Ankara
"Leaving Cappadocia this morning we travel to the Hittite site of Hattusha, former capital of the Hittite empire dating to the 2nd millennium BCE and known for its thoughtful urban layout. We tour this UNESCO site then continue on to Ankara. "
We depart the fairyland of Cappadocia …
... with sauce and with yoghurt on the side. They then poured melted butter over the top (I only had a little drop on mine!). It sounds strange and it was very rich but it was absolutely delicious. Carrying on past Ankara we passed more beautiful mountain scenery before we arrived in Safranbolu. Our hotel is in a restored Ottoman mansion and is very quaint and rustic. It is high on a hill and we went up steep wooden stairs to get to ...
... Heavy breakfast + Jerky Driving, anyone :)? Anyhow! We got off at some stop, and after what seemed like a long long walk in a residential heartland (which might I add is a strange strange location for a consulate), the helpful locals directed us to the Consulate. We paid a hefty sum of US$110 for the Visa, the only saving grace being that we got it within uh, a minute?
Thereafter, we intended to head back to the ...
... i, or some strange character that really messes up comprehension. Furthermore, the dotted i key is in the position of the American keyboard colon ( : ) and semi-colon ( ; ). So every time I want a dotted i I have to move my right little finger one key to the right instead of just straight down. Try it a little to see how tedious and slow it makes your typing. It takes some thinking and backtracking.
And, there are other differences. The comma is in the top right ...