Grand Anka Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and toast was that is supposed to accompany the omelette. ‘You want hash brown and sausage as a side?’ asked the confused waiter.
‘No!’ exclaimed Roisin, ‘the menus states it comes with a hash brown and toast’.
‘Ah, Hash Brown and toast?’ confirmed the waiter ‘I go fetch’. He went away and several minutes later returned with a plate. On the plate lay 3 hash browns and 2 sausages!! Sometimes ...
... courtesy of volcanic eruptions.
The eruptions apparently left a layer of compressed volcanic ash and well...for the environmental scientists out there or other generally knowledgable people (Matty I am looking at you) the process of erosion has been doing its thing ever since, creating a terrain like no other. Though most famously known for its Hot Air Ballooning.
When in Cappadocia hey? At 4am the following morning (Turkish time...no longer ...
... the only visitors. We played with what I would call science experiment-type things and walked around all the beautiful turbines or whatever that made the power. Judy took us to her hamsi place in the Balik (Fish) Passage in Beyoglu where we had hamsi again. It was midi-afternoon so Rikki and I took a taxi (instead of finding a bus) to the military museum. My favorite thing there is a diorama of the period when a huge chain was strung ...
... like a very thin pitta) ooze with cheese, and the coffee is strong enough to wake an army! You can buy Turkish Delight and baklava everywhere and I think I might be addicted to apple tea…you can never have too much of a good thing…well maybe you can *quickly goes and brushes teeth*.
The highlight for me has to be the hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia (which we nearly didn't do because I'm tight…must be the Scot in me haha). Tesekkur ederim Turkiye!
... to go to school.
Another man, a business man, was pretty upset with the present government stating that they are destroying many of Turkey's advances & hurting the tourist industry as well as overbuilding.
Then there's is the whole question of Taksim Square and the recent protests held there. People we've spoken with are proud of the stand that was taken and hope that the government will take notice. There is ...