Ankara Gordion Hotel
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... from the local news and others on our trip, that there were riots and in fact one person was killed by the police which were using tear gas and water hoses said to be filled with acid water. The riots occurred in Istanbul and Ankara. There are supposedly 300 people in the hospital from the tear gas which was shot right at the foreheads of the protestors. From what I gather, people were protesting the government and i heard chants in English ...
... away from adjacent gates simultaneously and then make a dash for the exit followed immediately by the next batch of buses taking up the vacated slots.
We'd already got a taste of Turkey's inter-city bus travel with the innumerable bus companies operating large buses that seemed to be made entirely of glass. The quality of the roadways and these glass behemoths that glide on them make travel in Turkey a dream like experience. Add ...
... from the tower, but it lloks pretty gloomy with all the clouds.
Later on I met Camilla downtown in an area called Krizalay. It was a nice shopping area and had many bars and restuarants as well. After a nice dinner, onc again, some really yummy Turkish food, Camilla & I head back to the apt to get ready for our long bus trip in the morning to Cappidocia. Of course, we had to stop at the nearby bakery for some Baklava for the road trip,
... man but speaks no english.
Our first stop on the way is the Anatolian Civilisation Museum which exhibits a rich collection of archeological objects found during the excavation of Anatolia (Turkey). Some of the artifacts are between 3 and 4 thousand years old and are extremely well preserved. As each era and civilization has moved to the next one they have learnt something from the people before and around them and this has influenced what they have made and built. The ...
... to get back to the train station (btw, somewhere along the road I lost the Ankara map I got at the train station). Turns out I was really lost so I began to ask: “Maherbe! Tren Gar / Tren Stazyone? Gar Ingris?” I figure I had 5 hours to find the station so I was not really in a hurry. Got to the train station, opened my locker, changed into something more comfortable and went for dinner. It is now about 9:00pm and figured I should update the blog. Do ...
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