Crowne Plaza Hotel Ankara
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A bit of a slow start. First we had to re-pack the car, particularly the top box. I had packed it Oman and it was really full. Now we had to fit two biggish golf bags and re-distribute the rest. I think we have both reached the conclusion that we have too much stuff! It did all go in, but the back seats were a little fuller than I had planned....
We also had to negotiate the vagaries of the Turkish motorway toll system. They have ...
... Syrian border. Think of it this way, it would be like a warning for NYC and you live in Wyoming. You would be concerned for friends and family in the affected area and for the potential trauma to your national psyche, but you wouldn't freak out in Worland, WY.
Regarding the large protests in Taksim ...
... by the presence of regional bus companies that operate on the hub-spoke model. As your bus passes through the country from city to city, each bus station is dominated by the local bus company. The occasional problem like a canceled service does occur but this is quickly resolved with prompt transfers.
The free transfer option has a few exceptions, Ankara being one of them. However, ASTI is on the terminus of one of the ...
... moved into one of them. The Turkish practice of leaving food in tepid metal cans all day and then serving had made my stomach feel slightly unsettled and there was no waiting for the troubled individual in the normal, Western toilet so I had to make do with the other one. To call it a toilet was a compliment, it’s a hole in the ground, incapable of flushing or accepting toilet paper. The easiest thing in the world in this position is to **** in your own underpants but I ...
We would liked to take some pictures of Istanbul at the morning, hoping that traffic will be not as heavy as yesterday evening. What a mistake! This city never sleeps and waking up early. To take a few pictures and ride out took as 3 hours. Not bad, isn't it?. Anyway we sticked to the plan and hit the road to Ankara. Turkey have very good motorways, at least the ones we used. I am not sure if they have any others and if any of those are ...