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Travel Blogs from Ankara
... of fruit or flowers and sprinkled with powdered sugar.
Ramadan period is over but the extended holiday period continues until Monday and many shops are closed. And we always had a seat on the subway. We speculate that people are spending time with family and friends.
During the hottest part of the day, we dove underground and took subway ride to Ankamall and did some laps to get a ...
... softer than plywood. It’s funny how you take things like that for granted and don’t appreciate something as simple as tissues in the bathroom.
Our hotel is next to the largest shopping mall in Ankara. I walked over there and it’s exactly like an American mall, only bigger. And the prices are insane. One guy in our group said he bought some soccer shoes before leaving the US for $50 and saw them in ...
Today we flew to Ankara on our way to Cappadocia. While in Ankara, Turkey's modern capital, we headed to the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations at the base of Ankara Castle and old town. The museum is home of the greatest collection of Hittite and Urartian artifacts in the world and is housed in a restored 15th-century covered market although to be honest, I would never have guessed this. This is an impressive ...
... br> So, we ended up driving her to Adana, about a 4 hour drive including coffe and lunch stops, and it was fun to chat with her about her experiences, and her to hear our experiences. We got her to the bus depot in Adana, after a bit of a search, and made sure she got a bus ticket. We would have liked to give her a lift right to Istanbul, but that would have meant a straight through 14 hour drive, and we really don’t want to skip Ankara.
The rest of the day was driving up ...
... to get their fill before settling in for an evenings rest. I think this mentality might come from a long history of herders sending their sheep and goats out into the hills with numerous sheepdogs intermixed, in order to protect them from the wolves, bears and wild cats the roam this mostly mountainous country. Dogs are rarely seen as pets here, even the ones that live in the villages are semi feral and can be ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service