Capital Hotel Ankara
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... we went scuba diving. We got to see more colorful fishes. We got lucky and saw a sting ray. We ate supper after that. We played hide and go seek with glow sticks and it was really fun. Then we went to ...
... then my bag is searched. This is 9.10pm and my flight is due to depart at 9.20pm. I get through, I ask where I go, they point and say RUN. I do, I get to the gate. I left my phone at security. At this point I almost gave up. Sprinted back to the security, got my phone, sprinted back to the gate, and with literally seconds to spare I got the flight. I was sweaty and horrible and everyone on the flight glared at me. But I sat down, and just silently started to cry again. ...
... top, wouldn't take our money, and I think was trying to say that if we wanted to subdue the dogs, we should stick out our hand and say COOCHIECOOCHIECOOOO. I won't be the one to try it. Ankara is beautiful and we have more exploring to do, and on Friday we take a 13 hour bus trip to Bodrum on the coast! One of our lecturers warned us about "Bodrum Boys" who are tan, buff, Fabio types who like to seduce foreign women. Typical day in Turkey.
... Period (1750 - 1250 BC) and MANY more.
The second and final stop in Ankara before the bus hitting the road was the Ataturk Mausoleum and Museum. Mustafa Kernal Ataturk was the great leader of the Turkish War of Independence and the founder and first president of the Republic of Turkey from 1923 until 1938. According to our guide, he is not just a beloved leader but is almost worshiped as he is ...
... The Turkish scholar Ebu Reyhan el-Beyruni makes this period an important one within Islamic cultural history and wrote the famed work by the poet Firdevsi, the Şehname, was also written in this period (A.D. 1009)
The Oğuz, who destroyed the Ghaznavid state, succeeded in bringing Anatolia, Iraq, the southern part of the Caucasus, Azerbaijan and the north of Iran under Turkish rule. The Oğuz had first formed the Gökütrk Empire in the 6th century; after ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking