Travel Blogs from Ankara
... he gave me a cup of tea and we got bored so me and my friend walked off.
I couldn't wait to get home as I was so cold, and just 2 days ago our boiler stopped working! I had to wash my hair the old fashioned way and it was difficult because I have a lot of hair! Basically the whole bathroom got soaked. I emailed my landlord to ask what to do and he sent his cousin over to look at it. I had no idea if he was qualified but he managed to fix it so everything is good again!
... series here. Avery primitive little town which on weekends has become a Mecca for Turks who watch TV, much like the street in Manchester in Coro St. On weekends the place has become very commercial with stalls etc. The visit was billed as a chance to interact with the villagers and see how they lived, but they could not really give a toss, and who blames them? Either buy something or move ...
... could walk for food and were told that we couldn't walk because we would be attacked by wild dogs. While there are out there, it wasn't bad. We went to a Turkish restaurant for lunch and was greeted by a waiter that was so happy to have us there he gave us free traditional appetizers and desserts. For dinner we found our way to the student union and ate there. Now we're back at the hotel and classes start at 9:30 tomorrow! ...
... small pass before butting up against a steep hill crowned with the remains of a Hittite fortress that was Romanified as they overtook Ankara many thousands of years ago. This is usually the place I stop to deeply drink from a running spring that has probably been used by many since ancient times. Some of the locals within the city make the hike out into this stretch of land to fill a few oversized water bottles, before ...
... the western Turks, started to re-establish their previous political sovereignty in the Islamic world.
Rapid developments in the Turkish language and culture toot place during the time of the Anatolia Principalities. In this period, the Turkish language began to be used in the sciences and in literature, and became the official language of the Principalities. New medreses were established and progress was made in the medical sciences during this period.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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