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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... some beautiful countryside with heavily treed Autumn hills and then farming land. We climbed up to around 1000 metres before coming into Ankara.
The train was very new, with new stations along the way. It all ran very slickly and on ...
... Professor Ahmet Orhan Arda, whose proposal beat 48 other entries from several countries in a competition held by the Turkish
Government in 1941 for a "monumental tomb" for Atatürk.
The site is also the final resting place of İsmet İnönü, the second President of Turkey, who was interred there after he died in 1973. His tomb faces the Atatürk Mausoleum, on the opposite side of the Ceremonial Ground.The approach to the monument is ...
... to see a glimpse of this embassy world.
I went out with Guy and Lucy afterwards (lovely people Rachel introduced me to at the embassy), and met Alastair at a bar. It felt good to be socialising with people similar age to me. I caught up with some embassy gossip and got an early night...
Speaking of, its my new adopted bed time.To keep up with the boys energy im now in bed by 11pm latest... After skyping Dan for a while ...
... He is the father of modern Turkey. (Ataturk literally means Father of the Turks). The life he lived is the polar opposite to that of Gandhi. His life was filled with violence throughout. Mustafa Kemal fought the first world war, Italo-Turkish War & Balkan Wars. He led the Turkish War of Independence against British and her allies to establish Turkey as an Independent Republic State. Domestically, he fought to separate the religion and state to make Turkey a secular ...
... we were invited to a fancy cocktail party for the Alumni of Michigan State in Turkey. The MSU Provost Wilcox was there, as well as Dear Garnett, the dean of James Madison, Professors Graham and Petrie, and the dean of the college of Human Medicine. It was interesting to talk to Alumni and see what they're doing now (Karim, the man who hosted the party, is currently the head of the leading Geo-Thermal energy company in Turkey) and they loved talking to us ...