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Travel Blogs from Ankara
... on my toes to get my attention and then poked me in the stomach.
The museum was with some of the artifacts and history of modern turkey and we managed to catch the changing of the guards. The building itself was really grand.
After which was the drive to Bolu where it was like some nature resort up in the mountain. Where there were many trees and a nice real fireplace going in the ...
Things are quiet this morning except for the dove cooing on the window ledge. No muezzin, no mosque in this wealthy area. Off to the archeological museum to see evidence of early civilizations. Although part if the museum is closed, the small museum has information in the Hittites including reliefs,j jewelry, artifacts. Ankara seem just anther ...
... They were beautiful and extremely ornate inside, and they had interesting information (that I only half understood, because they were in German) about the destruction and restoration of the churches during and after World War 2. Friday we walked to the market in the morning a bough a fresh load of bread, brie cheese, strawberry jam, grapes and a bottle of wine. We walked a couple of miles to the Englisher ...
... at the "Old Greek House" which is literally that -- an old Greek house. It's famous for its food where you eat in an open court which is surrounded on the upper levels by the rooms. It's simple but very homey and the caretakers are a large family that are very friendly -- we all received big hugs when we arrived.
After the overnight train ride (and no morning shower) and then going all day, we were all ready to ...
... Arslan (1153-1192), one in Konya and the other in Aksaray. Following the establishment of these two medreses the medreses of Syrcaly in Konya (1242-1243), Karatay (1251), İnce Minareli (1251-1253), Atabekkiye (after 1251-126, Gökmedrese in Sivas (1271), Buruciye (1271-1272), Çifte Minareli (1271), and the Cacoglu in Kirsehir (1272) were established.
The Seljuks also attributed much importance to the medical sciences and in almost all their cities medical institutions ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center