Elit Palas

Address: Bestekar Sokak No:26, Ankara, Ankara, 81580, Turkey | 4 star hotel
 
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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

    ... travels. The transfer from station to Koswar Hotel allowed us to digest this city by night- the streets were set alight with gaudy neon signs. The busy traffic and buses were a surprising contrast to the nearly abandoned paths. When we finally reached the hotel, I beelined it for the shower-don't think I've yearned for one more in my life!! Time afforded us only short r & r in this lovely lodgings before we started discovering this gem of a country!
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    The End

    A travel blog entry by laurennorman on Jul 01, 2014

    3 photos

    ... my transcript of records from my teacher at Ankara University and I also had to get a document signed from the EU Office declaring that I have finished my erasmus period. Zeki came with me to the university and my teacher Sedat took us both out for lunch to say goodbye which was lovely.

    On my last night I was really stressing about my luggage, I could only take a maximum of 40kg on the plane with me. I had taken loads of my stuff to Akyaka already to ...

    Ankara and Safranbolu

    A travel blog entry by jillmac on Oct 30, 2013

    19 photos

    Leaving the region of Cappadocia we journeyed to the capital city of Turkey, Ankara. Here we visited the mausoleum of General Ataturk who was the first President of Turkey and was the founder of the Republic. He is a much loved figure of the Turkish people. At the entrance we were all required to exit the bus leaving all our bags and things behind and pass through metal detectors. We were then allowed to get back in the bus and take ...

    Phone registration rant

    A travel blog entry by laurennorman on Aug 14, 2013

    1 comment

    ... who work for the government think it has lots of problems. So my german friends who don't yet have a sim card risk getting their phones blocked in a couple of weeks if they haven't got their residence permit by then. We can only get our residence permit when we have a fixed address, and as we are doing the language course here most of us are only here temporarily and are still looking for flats. Situations. I am most annoyed with the turkish government. ...

    Talking About Turkish History

    A travel blog entry by adventuregirl21 on Aug 19, 2012

    21 photos

    ... br> 3. Although it was the capital of some of the most important empires in the world: Roman, Byzantine, Latin and Ottoman; Istanbul is not Turkey's capital. Ankara is the country’s capital since it became the Republic of Turkey in 1923. It is however its largest city with close to 17 million people.

    4. The city was first known as Byzantium but changed ...