Rixos Grand Hotel Ankara
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
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... couldn't see his room unless you paid more ( would of been helpful to know this in advance), and then you had to wait in line to see the relics and jewellery. We had half an hour and didn't think that would be enough time, so got some food instead. I had a chicken and salad in a roll, bit pricey but very hungry at this point. The view of the city and sea was very nice too. I managed to get a photo without people in ...
... which was nice. They helped me take my suitcases to a taxi and then that was it, I was done.
I was very sad to be leaving, this has definitely been the best year of my life. I have met so many amazing people and seen some beautiful places. I am confident now that I can live in Turkey permanently when I marry Zeki. I really don't want to go back to Norwich now, but only one more year to go until my degree is done and I can start my Turkish life.
... back to our hotel for dinner. Ross and I went for a walk through the town after dinner and discovered that there is a canyon running through the middle of the town that we didn't see during the daylight, also a museum high on a hill that has a lot of ornate clock towers in its grounds. Most of them were ticking away but not showing the correct time. We are off to Istanbul tomorrow to view the Grand Bazaar and then catch our flight to ...
... bus which is free but it only goes to the other campus which is nearer the city centre, the other bus is the ankara municipality bus called EGO and you need a card to ride these - its basically like an oyster card as you can go on the metro with this too. So I bought an EGO card so in the next couple of days I will go into the city centre to look for a flat. Now I'm going to flop in bed as I am exhausted.
... never move for two hour periods of time. The Turkish people revere him as was evidenced by the large crowd there when we visited during the festival of Ramadan. Ataturk was the first President of Turkey, responsible for revolutionizing the country by redoing its alphabet, empowering women and generally enacting several progressive reforms which made Turkey much more ...