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Monday 1st June 2015:
Today we woke at like 9:30 AM which is the alarm I set to make sure we got up in time for breakfast, Dominic and I then got up and did the usual for the last time, we did the morning stuff, half packed our bags, then went down for the breakfast. After breakfast we returned back to our room to finish packing up our bags, then we brought our bags back down and put them in the lobby where everyone was ...
... looked like. We decided Scotland, with Mosques (see pic). The first picture clearly could not be Scotland because you can see blue sky (sorry Howard).
It's a long drive to Ankara and we got there around 18.00. Tricky to find the hotel I'd booked but the outside looked interesting. Inside it was just amazing. It's an old restored Caravanserais and was completed in 2010 by the government. The central area has been ...
... Turkey since 1923. It is large (4 million people) and relatively modern. It has a historical past with linkages in prehistoric times to the Hittites(2000BC), the Phrygians(1000BC), the Lydians, Persians, Alexander the Great(325BC), Romans, Goths, Arabs, etc. Seems like everyone who was going somewhere passed through this region!
Tomorrow we are going to Cappadocia with its unique natural wonders.
Today we had our weekly trip, we normally have it on a friday but tomorrow is a national holiday (victory day) so we have a day off. We went to the old part of the city called Ulus, where the castle and the permanent pazar is. The castle was at the highest point in ankara so we got to the top by bus, however we had to climb a lot of stairs. I've been overly exhausted today because yesterday I started to ...
... across the square, and the blue lights from a bridge could be seen. After a while, a gentleman came to take our orders. When I asked for tea with milk, he said "No milk." I replied "Yes, milk." And my tea came with milk and a smile. On the return to the hotel, we took a pedestrian bridge, which swayed as we crossed. I hadn't realized it was a swinging bridge until that moment. Several dogs picked us up on the other side, ...