Capital Plaza

Address: Konya Yolu No:84 Balgat, Cankaya, Ankara, Ankara, 06520, Turkey | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Konya Yolu No:84 Balgat, Cankaya, Ankara, is near Ataturk Mausoleum (Anitkabir), Ankara Citadel (Hisar), Hattussas, and Ethnographic Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Ankara

Weekend trip to Kale (Castle)

A travel blog entry by b.mansell11 on Jan 27, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

Hello all,
Last weekend I woke up, came downstairs and was told not to eat anything because I was to be taken out for breakfast inside the Kale, but it began to rain and the cafe inside the Kale was an outdoor one, we ate breakfast in another city cafe. The breakfast was huge, heaps more than I am used to and a quick note for Australians to remember, a Turkish breakfast involves, Cheese, olives, olive oil, butter, honey, jam, ...

It's delicious....it's delicious

A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Aug 04, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

0700hrs wake up and breakfast in the courtyard. I tell the bloke I have a transfer booked at 0800hrs. "Yes, yes, I know.....bus station...may be 5-10mins late because of traffic" (Yeah, yeah, a few minutes here and a few minutes there and it all starts to get a bit tight on times). He then proceeds to fill the entire table with plates of food nicely presented. Cold meats, roasted red peppers, various cheeses, harissa, bread, green & black olives with herbs, peeled buffalo ...

Cappadocia ,here we come

A travel blog entry by jennyart on Jun 07, 2013

4 photos

... how the Turks still hold the man in high regard (he died in 1938)
The mausoleum also houses a museum of his accomplishments and personal effects. A great number of oil paintings of the war period and a montage,of three periods ofWW1, each montage perhaps 30 m long.
One exhibit which really caught my eye was his launch which is a classic design and beautifully restored.
We could not help noticing the huge number of construction sites, large and ...

Hubbly Bubbly with the Melon Heads

A travel blog entry by sashadasha on May 29, 2012

30 photos

... East Thrace speaks pretty much the same way as someone from Ordu or Kars.

Another interesting change under Ataturk - an adoption of surnames. All Turks were required to get one. Often those were derived from someone's father's name, a place or a trait using a suffix oğlu. All needed official approval; last names that considered immoral or obscene were not allowed. The surname Ataturk is unique to the founder of modern Turkey. Nobody else ...

Day 8: Ankara

A travel blog entry by latitudeproblem on Aug 15, 2011

... of it, how can one weak man resist?

I walked around to try and get a feel for the place, I took a few wrong turns and found myself in a bit that looked more like the Turkey I knew. There were some musicians playing traditional music while people sat on the grass watching, it was Ramadan a big sign reminded me, hope I haven’t offended ...