Grand Verda Hotel

Ruzgarli Esdost Sok. No:6 Ulus/Ismetpasa, Altindag, Ankara, Ankara, 06030, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Çankaya area of Ankara, is near Ataturk Mausoleum (Anitkabir), Ankara Citadel (Hisar), Hattussas, and Ethnographic Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Ankara

    The Galatians and the Mother Goddess, Cybele

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 05, 2014

    1 photo

    Galatia and the Anatolian Mother Goddess - Cybele
    Ankara, Gordion, Pessinus, and Beyond

    Paul sets forth a series of parallel contrasts in Galatians 4:21-5:1 using Abraham's family household structure and interprets the contrasts allegorically in an effort to argue against those who were advocating that circumcision was necessary for inclusion among God's people. What has often been overlooked when interpreting this passage is the Greco-Roman ...

    Eyes wide open

    A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Sep 07, 2013


    ... State Department's email list for any updates or warnings regarding Turkey.

    We have our eyes open, our brains switched on and have had/will continue to have an awesome trip! Later today look for my post about today's fun - lets see if I can make an almost all day bus ride remotely interesting...


    Cold and Rainy in the Capital

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Nov 08, 2012

    4 comments, 14 photos

    ... the founder of the Bayrami Sufi sect in the 15th century. Adjacent to the mosque is the site of the Temple of Augustus and Rome, which was built between 25 and 20 BC after the conquest of Central Anatolia by the Roman Empire. One has to look for it carefully as it could easily be mistaken for a massive construction site. Nearby structures were being demolished and it looked chaotic in the rain. On our way back to the Ulus Metro station we ...

    Chapter Eight - Ankara to Cappadocia

    A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Oct 03, 2011

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... taxi?" we ask. “With all our luggage?”

    “Evet, evet! All, come. Very good taxi!”

    It looks awfully small. We open the boot. Half of the luggage compartment is taken up by a liquid gas container. It’s a natural gas vehicle. I remember that In Peru many cars operate on natural gas, which is considerably cheaper, cleaner and more abundant than petroleum.

    “I think we should call ...

    On the road to Ankara

    A travel blog entry by rmrp on Nov 04, 2010

    ... forgot, sorry). They brought Indo-European languages with them that were apparently incorporated into what we know today as the Turkish language. Of course, there are also the Romans and the Greeks…

    I visited also a few other museums and walked around different bazaars in the old part of town. Where you can find just about everything. I did not realize how much time I have spent. Once I was done with walking around I decide to see if I could figure ...