Holiday Inn Bursa
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... other person by the Turkish parliament.Atatürk was a military officer during World War I.
... I would’ve chosen because it’s not the Anatolian method but the design is very male and it will certainly land at the cottage. We’ve got to stop shopping though, this is crazy.
The afternoon was spent driving to Ankara, the capital of Turkey. First, we visited the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk who, as you know, is the founding father of the modern Turkish Republic if you’ve read the blog with any attention at all and ...
Day 5 (morning)
Temperature: 8 degrees
Weather: nice sunny day
From the comfort of my bed, the rays of the sun could be seen through the window's curtains. Needless to say, I was up in a jiffy waking Michel up in the process from his very deep sleep. With my camera on hand and still in pajamas, I was out on the ...
... expression. However, this holiday means a 4 or 5 day span of free time for myself and Ryan, and we plan to utilize that time for exploration. So far, the plan is to hit Izmir and Foça, two coastal cities lining the Aegean region of Turkey, both renowned for their beauty. We came to decide upon these places after many recommendations from our students and our own research as well. No bloody rituals for now it seems.
More to come soon!
... are a couple of
links we found on the web, that will give you some idea of the beauty
we saw, but no pictures can really do it.
On our second day, we took a taxi, local area bus, and another taxi to
get out of town to visit the 9000 year-old neolithic village of
Catalhoyuk (chat-a-lew-yewk). This 20 metre high mound on the plain
is one of the largest neolithic villages in the world, and comprises
13 levels of buildings, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center