CK Farabi Hotel

Cinnah Cad. Farabi Sok. No:34, Ankara, Ankara, 06690, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ankara

Eyes wide open

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith


... Turkey and when you do remember that it is a large country and innocuous events can be spun into great headlines in the current climate of 'terro-journalism.'

Also, I (and probably Eve, Leroy, Mary and Elaine as well) am registered with the US Consulate/Embassy so they know we're traveling here and I am ...

Cold and Rainy in the Capital

A travel blog entry by parleusted


... of Turkey.

Some highlights:

  • bas relief work from the Neo Hittite era (a lion figure had its head projected into the air while the rest of its body was a bas relief)
  • correspondence between Egyptian queen Nefertari and Hittite queen Puduhepa written after the first peace treaty in world history
  • Çorum-Bogazköy bronze tablet (1235 BC)

The nearby Haci Bayram Camii mosque is ...

Chapter Eight - Ankara to Cappadocia

A travel blog entry by mmbcross


... taxi.”

“Hayir, hayir! No, I good taxi!”

“OK, ne kadar, how much?”

He holds up his hand indicating 15 by spreading the fingers of one hand thrice. The price is right, but how will we all get in?

“No problem,” and he proceeds to jam our entire luggage into the trunk over and around the gas cylinder. It fits, but our bags are hanging out of the back in mid air.

Ankara, Ankara, Ankara

A travel blog entry by suzymartin

... conversations. We do now have the above articles, plus an İran guidebook and some appropriate clothing for Suzy. On Thursday morning we board the train for a seventy hour journey to Tehran.

The last few days have been very relaxing. We took a bus to Safranbolu (a bit like Saffron Walden for the Clavering/Baldock contingent) a beautiful town in the mountains North of Ankara. The place is made ...

Jogging in Ankara's METU land

A travel blog entry by cotafamily4


... 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 ...

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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good