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Day 3 Continues... In the afternoon we continued onto Ankara which was about 5-6 hrs east of Instanbul in Asia. We visited a memorial built in honor of Mustaka Kemel Atatruk who was an Army officer in World War 1 and who founded an independent Republic of Turkey. We then visited the refurbished Museum which had exhibits dating back thousands of …
... control people were sitting with a laptop laboriously entering the details of everyone's passport and then questioning them about where they were going. Like, was I going to North or South Britain???? Now there were at least 8 carraiges with 12 compartments in each and 4 people to a compartment (and it was pretty full) that made nearly 400 people to be processed. Then they came through the train checking everyone's luggage and then once again checking that every ...
... went to a Museum. I thought it was pretty interesting. There lots of very old rock carvings and giant pots. We also climbed to the top of the old castle. This afternoon we explored the local market. Our best buy was a pack of Turkish Delight. For $3 We got a huge box. In Cappadocia for $3 we got got 5 pieces. Here we got 36 and these ones taste ...
... Hmm. I paid the taxi driver, who didnt seem the slightest bit concerned that he was leaving me in the middle of a deserted car park. I got out, had a little wonder round the csr park (this didnt take long) all the while thinking of how to spend the hour i had to wait til 365 opened. There was a small outdoor cafe just opening, so i went and asked if i could sit in their chairs and have a tea. The two women were very understanding and let me sit. The ...
... as well as ridiculous parts of his memory: clothes, books, bier, shaving gear, swords, Cadillac, pleasure boat, and countless artifacts of his years as modern Turkey's great military and political hero.
Inside the gallery is a military memorial with giant paintings of Ataturk and his associates' great moments of triumph and their genuine accomplishments.
IV. Middle Eastern Technical University (METU ...