Travel Blogs from Ankara
Head towards the capital of this country - Ankara. Mausoleum of Ataturk - he was the founding father of the Turkish Republic. interesting and extensive display in the museum next a to it. Museum of ancient Anatolian Civilizations - it was too bad coz when we were there it was ...
... I had to wait about 15 minutes for him to turn up, but at least he turned up at all and he helped me to find where I was supposed to be staying. There was german girl doing the language course who turned up at Hacettepe University at the same time as me, I realised that I sat next to her on the flight from Istanbul. She was in the same situation as me that the only information we were given about where to go was "go ...
... around 2000 B.C. , and 3) a statue from 6500 B.C. of the Mother Goddess, which is one of the world’s oldest and most potent fertility symbols.
At long last we arrived at our hotel and went out to explore Ankara. Since it is Turkey’s capital, it has all of its government buildings, many monuments to Ataturk and even a former castle which once served as ...
... br> back for dinner, I had a bit of a headache, so I decided to lay down before we
headed out for our early 7:50 am flight to Istanbul.
We were on time for both our München to Istanbul fight, as
well as our Istanbul to Ankara and made it successfully to our Hotel for the
evening. Today we arrive at METU (Middle Eastern Technical University) where we
will start our Study Abroad and stay for the next week and a half!
... passion, we exchanged notes much of the evening, such as how many pictures taken on previous trips, etc… I could see right away that I was in for a fierce competition as to whom would be taking more pictures on this trip and that the battle was already on as we both snapped numerous pictures of places seen so far! So far, so good….I was on top ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center