Ankara Gordion Hotel
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... and the rebuilt Izmit (epicentre of 1999 earthquake during my first visit) preceded the surprisingly infertile soil of the plateau. Then I, too, was rendered unconscious...
B: Luckily our guide was as unconscious as us, so we didn't miss out on any vital information about the surrounding Turkish landscape. By the time we reached Ankara, lost our way to the hostel, then found it, we only had enough time to find somewhere agreeable to eat and ...
... just like the things they used to alert people of an incoming airstrike! I thought I was getting bombed for a minute. But no the siren was just to mark a minute's silence as today is the anniversary of Ataturk's death. Panic over!
It was so cold this morning! I'm still not used to the weather in Ankara it's constantly changing. In the mornings it's freezing, but between 11-2 its so hot you need to take several layers off otherwise you're sweating. Then at about 3pm it ...
... every hour and they could be from the Army, Navy or the Airforce. There were two cars that belonged to him in one of the buildings and in another there was the gun carriage that carried his body to the burial site. After visiting the mausoleum we had lunch at a restaurant in the city. It was a three course meal and included the traditional meal of kebab which was turkish bread cut into cubes and resting on top was thinly sliced ...
... because the government buildings are not seen The mausoleum of Mustafa Gamal Ataturk is all straight lines with little adornment it commemorates the history of the formation of modern Turkey in a lower museum while honoring Ataturk. The WC is supposed to be a modern marvel but is only ok. Off to the Cappadocia region. The ride is through much ...
... 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 ...