Buyuk Anadolu

Address: Esenboga Havaalani Yolu 27 km, Ankara, Ankara, Turkey | 5 star hotel
 
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located in the Ulus area of Ankara, is near Ankara Citadel (Hisar), Hattussas, Ethnographic Museum, and Temple of Augustus.
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    Travel Blogs from Ankara

    A short pit stop...and a train saga

    A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 02, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... at 03:30, for a stultifying 90 minutes of mainly sitting and queueing. That said, our suffering paled when one saw the very old and the very young in that room. That was the straightforward bit...
    Despite the fatigue, it was now impossible to sleep. Grey light filtered through the window, but it was past pink before our train lurched its route along this brown mountain corridor. Two military outposts perched in opposition on the rock ...

    Ankara Detour

    A travel blog entry by agbucks on Jul 19, 2014

    4 comments

    ... check what they mean by 24hr assistance.

    * What a drama. But health issues must be controlled on a long journey to remote countries. And unlike our previous rally trips, we do not have the luxury of a 'resident' doctor to make medical judgements.

    *In the early hours of the morning, we work through our various options. It is important to put in place a strategy – one option is to put AG on a flight back to London to get ...

    Old and new

    A travel blog entry by hanush on Nov 08, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... to the citedal to get a view over the city, and visited Ataturk's mausoleum/museum. This imposing piece of architecture dominates the hill on which it sits, and is testament to how seriously the Turks take their founding father's legacy. Rules include "no sitting except in designated sitting areas", "no picnics" (even though the complex sits amid a huge park) and "no behaving in a manner which offends the dignity of Ataturk's final resting place". I tried hard not to laugh ...

    Anıtkabir (Atatürk's Mausoleum)

    A travel blog entry by laurennorman on Aug 16, 2013

    1 comment, 7 photos

    Today we all went to Atatürk's Mausoleum as on fridays we go on a trip instead of lessons. I'd seen pictures of it before but I didn't realise how big it was. It was also guarded by lots of armed soldiers, and when we arrived we were just in time to see their version of the changing of the guards. It made me laugh when the soldiers were shouting their orders because they didn't really have the voices for it and their voices were breaking ...

    THE Turkish Capital!

    A travel blog entry by danialw on Aug 16, 2012

    3 photos

    ... in the name of religion. Also, my visit to Iran further strengthened my regard of Kemalist ideas. People in Turkey, I felt, in their hearts, are much more religious than the people in Iran. The separation between Islam and the state allows the people to pursue what lives they find best and many choose to follow Islam in their own way, view it in high regard as part of their identity, and proudly call themselves Muslim without any outside coercion.

    While ...