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... off for renovations; fortunately, however, these have mostly been completed and the museum has been open in its full glory since earlier this year (well, almost full glory ... the Classical section was still closed off. Go figure :) ). After alighting from the Metro and getting my bearings in the city, I started off on the largely uphill trek to the museum, which is housed in a historic caravanserai building on the slope of the hill leading up to the medieval castle. On ...
(sorry for no pictures, my iPhone went missing the following day as you can read about in the next entry) I was excited about today's flight. Given Israel and Syria overflights are off limits, not to mention Iran with an N-registered aircraft, our only real bet was over Iraq. Somehow flying over Iraq in an N-registered aircraft also seemed bizarre. From there over Turkey and areas I had visited with the parents just a couple years ago ensured it was going to be an interesting ...
... br> The drive to Ankara was a long one broken only by comfort stops, and a side trip to Gordion(as in Gordion Knot) and the assumed burial tomb/mound of King Midas, an interesting construction and museum. There are about 300 of these burial mounds dotted around the area, all for royalty, and up to 25 m in height. Most have been looted down the centuries.
Carried on to Ankara through gently ...
... set out to
visit Theatine Krichen, Frauenkirche (both are churches), Bayerische Straatsoper (Opera House), and Haufgarten. It was great navigating
around so that we could see the areas of München that the travelers who were
there for a day couldn’t see. We got dinner at another place in the
Marienplatz (main München area), then sat on the opera steps and chatted until we decided to headback to the hostel.
... plane (With hours to spare) and flew to Ankara via a connecting flight through Istanbul. We met up there with the (sort of) friendly faces of Steve and Nathan and went to our hotel that was only our hotel for a night. For the second time on this trip, we successfully squeezed one more person in the room that we should have. We skipped dinner after wandering around and asking the lady at the front desk where to ...