Ankara Gordion Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... There was no obvious crossing so I consulted my map and it looked like left was the shortest way. I must have walked 2km trying to find a way across the train lines. When I fornd a crossing there was a sign showing the way to where I wanted to go. Great, I thought just keep following the signs. While still walking I came across a really nice looking mosque, Maltepe Camii. It had amazing stained glass windows.
Back following the signs, Just for ...
... there, but it looks totally out of place as it is brand new.
In addition, they had built a wall fortification, a rampart with a tunnel. The tunnel is the first known structure with a triangular keystone. We climb the ramparts to the tunnel. Once through the tunnel we see the lion gate with the lions facing outward. We climb some dangerous and steep stairs to the top of the rampart to see the ...
... we encountered what could have been another lady-man or possibly a prostitute, but was in fact an eccentric mother who forgot she brought her child with her. We also continued to be laughed at after providing photo’s with headscarves unnecessarily.
Once after leaving for our regular photocopy shop stop we passed a short old lady wearing a full black abaya gown, with sandals and socks, setting up a cloth on the footpath to sell some wares. She gave us a big sad ...
... 8217;t appeared, so I have been alone since I got here. The first thing I did was have a cold shower and flop into bed as I had been awake for almost 24 hours at that point.
When I had rested for a while I went out in search of a shop to buy food and water, and that is pretty much all I have done up to this point. Today I sunbathed for a while in a green area that had benches. I didn’t want to ...
... the end of Ramadan and so the Feast of Ramadan has begun and from our hotel we can hear the music and singing of celebrants at the various mosques in the cities. Being here during the end of Ramadan has been fascinating – so many traditions and rituals! With that, this weary traveler is signing off as we have another early day tomorrow! Your Oversaturated Brain Travel ...