Rixos Grand Hotel Ankara
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Ankara
... 3 and walked in and out of the station. Turns out it wasn't a lie about the ATMs. Shortly after I was visited by some 'rumblings in the interior', so I'll pass the baton to Bronagh...
B: By this stage of the epic train journey, I was gripped with exhaustion. This was mostly due to the prolonged border crossing the previous night, which had resulted in highly disturbed sleep. I was also possibly developing a touch of cabin fever. My ...
... latest if we are to have a chance to reach the Iranian border by the date stipulated on our visas.
*SG checks in to a nearby hotel and works on the rescheduling of our journey – a new route & accommodation has to be chosen and hotels already booked must be cancelled.
*SG intends to do a bit of solo sightseeing in Ankara over the weekend whilst AG does his best to get fit. By the way AG is fine in himself, he is not in pain ...
Leaving the region of Cappadocia we journeyed to the capital city of Turkey, Ankara. Here we visited the mausoleum of General Ataturk who was the first President of Turkey and was the founder of the Republic. He is a much loved figure of the Turkish people. At the entrance we were all required to exit the bus leaving all our bags and things behind and pass through metal detectors. We were then allowed to get back in the bus and take ...
... when I see him. After our phones were sorted out we split into 2 groups, one group went off somewhere to find a shopping centre, but the rest of us went cafe hopping and we spent the rest of the day and night drinking tea, chatting and some people tried out the sheesha pipes. The last bus back to campus leaves at 11pm and while we were waiting we hung around in a little ...
Today was all about Turkish history. It started out routinely enough with the group boarding the bus and leaving Istanbul to hit the road for the 4.5 hour drive to Ankara, Turkey. We made a cultural stop along the way experiencing the joys of the Turkish interstate rest stop (which has a surprisingly large multitude of things to buy!) and to get the joy of eating at a ...