Ankara Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We hadn't had enough sleep as we had been disturbed the night before by people at some sort of party on the ground floor below us. By 5.30 am we were out in a minibus with12 other trusting people as we were driven in the dark, to some empty fields outside Goreme, without our own driver, or Rashid our Tour Director. Fortunately we arrived in a place where we were allowed to wait in the minibus while a big balloon was inflated by large noisy burners. ...
Me and Zeki went to see Kocatepe mosque today, I'd heard it is worth seeing, and it has a big shopping centre underneath it so even more worth visiting! The mosque looked amazing from the outside and on the inside too. I had to cover my head when I was inside, but instead of using veils that ...
... to watch English television but sometimes just sitting around and not doing anything is just what the doctor ordered. Our time in Ankara was filled with great company, a new city, and yummy food. First off Kristina's apartment was HUGE, she has two floors and four bedrooms and only two people live there. In Korea we were lucky if your bedroom wasn't in the same as your kitchen. Oh and in the kitchen she had an oven and you know ...
... we were taken through more rural areas of Southern Germany by a
bus and another train. After all of these travels we made it to Füssen, to get
to Hohenschwangau to see the Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein Castles. We saw
Hohenschwangau first, which was absolutely beautiful and we were taken on a
guided tour. After the castle it was getting late, so we grabbed some dinner,
in which I got Currywurst (sausage in a curry ...
... worth while and well worth a strong recommendation for others to see.
We continued on a drive to Cappadocia, an extraordinary region of "fairy chimneys." cave dwellings, and surreal volcanic landscapes like nowhere else in the world. Along the way we stopped at Turkey's second largest salt lake, after Lake Van, the Tuz Golu (simply meaning Salt Lake). During some times of the year you can see Greater ...