Rixos Grand Hotel Ankara
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... enjoyed every minute of it, I finally had my chance to pay my respects to those men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice for the future of their country and its people, which is what I most enjoyed. It has been a great time in my life that I will never ever forget, also I finally got to do what was most of the reason that I planned to come to this country, to visit Gallipoli during this great once in a lifetime year and pay my respects. I learnt heaps of stuff there and most ...
... off for renovations; fortunately, however, these have mostly been completed and the museum has been open in its full glory since earlier this year (well, almost full glory ... the Classical section was still closed off. Go figure :) ). After alighting from the Metro and getting my bearings in the city, I started off on the largely uphill trek to the museum, which is housed in a historic caravanserai building on the slope of the hill leading up to the medieval castle. On ...
... to the citedal to get a view over the city, and visited Ataturk's mausoleum/museum. This imposing piece of architecture dominates the hill on which it sits, and is testament to how seriously the Turks take their founding father's legacy. Rules include "no sitting except in designated sitting areas", "no picnics" (even though the complex sits amid a huge park) and "no behaving in a manner which offends the dignity of Ataturk's final resting place". I tried hard not to laugh ...
... and USB port for charging. The airco worked intermittently. We were in the back row and Dave worked on the next blog while I had my nose glued to the window and didn’t want to miss anything.
We traveled well over two hours before we left the sprawl of Istanbul neighborhoods; grand mosques dominating the skyline. It's clear we didn't even scratch the surface in this city. We encountered a bit ...
... Ataküle Tower, which houses a shopping mall, a restaurant and an observation deck.
Our flight took off in the evening and we arrived in Antalya at around 6 pm. We took a bus to the city center, and the driver promised to tell us when we should get off. During the journey, we spotted a lot of nice shopping malls, nice apartments, and even escalators in the streets. There were magnificent mountains in the background as well.
We finally arrived at ...