Capital Hotel Ankara

Address: Cankiri Cad. No:21 Ulus/Ismetpasa, Altindag, Ankara, Ankara, 06300, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Ulus area of Ankara, is near Ataturk Mausoleum (Anitkabir), Ankara Citadel (Hisar), Hattussas, and Ethnographic Museum.
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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

    ... beer. Going by what appeared to be a concrete complex of a city, no love was lost on lack of an opportunity for its exploration (E: though, given our guide's level of engagement, who knows?!?). An early start ensued on Tuesday prior to us boarding the Tranasya Express to Tehran-little did we know what lay ahead.....
    Wed 3rd:
    E: A clement morning involved going a-foraging for breakfast (fresh rich orange juice to counter dry simit) ...

    The Galatians and the Mother Goddess, Cybele

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 05, 2014

    1 photo

    ... few critical points that much be considered from the Anatolian Mother Goddess context of the Galatians.

    1) The Anatolian Mother Goddess, Cybele, was a very distinguished cult that was nearly ubiquitous throughout the region of Galatia during the first-century A.D. (but its beginnings were hundreds of years earlier during the Phrygian Empire). The cult center of Cybele was in Pessinus but evidence of the worship of Cybele has been discovered all ...

    Old and new

    A travel blog entry by hanush on Nov 08, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... the underground metro stations.

    I stayed in a really neat little hostel called Deeps, right in the middle of it all (in a district called Kinzilay). I met some characters there, including a group of young Iraqi computer engineers waiting for visas to Bulgaria, a tweaker German who I suspect was on meth, and an older gentleman called John (from Jordan) who had been staying in the dorm for a month. Jordan John ran the dorm like the godfather, dictating when the lights ...

    Change tire, second try / Pneuwechsel 2. Versuch

    A travel blog entry by infiniteroad on Aug 18, 2013

    11 photos

    ... that I have to change it too. When fitting the chain then I realize that this is too short. Tip to all 'long distance driver' always check everything very carefully before you buy something. In the workshop, but they can help me and give a link in a chain. With another chain lock I can mount this link. With new tires I drive calmed down to the hostel.

    The ride over the Caspian Sea, the visa for the next ...

    THE Turkish Capital!

    A travel blog entry by danialw on Aug 16, 2012

    3 photos

    At the Otogar
    From Diyarbakir, I made the 14 hour bus journey to the capital of Turkey, Ankara. The bus ride was so cheap (for Turkey) yet so comfortable mainly because there was no one on the bus, only about 5 people. In Turkey, unlike Uzbekistan, buses do not have to be full when leaving because they need only a handful of seats to make a profit and would lose more money in the form of wasted time if they would wait around for the bus to fill up. Whereas, ...