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... Especially in summer), Turkish coffee and tea. So if you wish to try a Turkish breakfast, be sure to include all of these and heaps of all of them.
Now the Kale is an old part of Ankara, which dates back to the Ottoman empire times, it is very nice, old school and is a very up beat type of place. When we got there, Can and Ceylan had to buy a Wedding present for one of their friends, so we went into a jewellery shop, ...
... m (860 ft)-long pedestrian walkway that is lined on both sides by twelve pairs of lions carved in a style like the Hittite archaeological finds. The lions represent Anatolia and are shown seated to simultaneously represent both power and peace.
The Ceremonial Plaza is situated at the end of the Lions Road. The area is 129 m (423 ft) long and 84 m (276 ft) wide and was designed to accommodate 15,000 people. The floor is decorated with 373 rug ...
... radio station which isn't quite Chris Evans' Breakfast Show. Where is everyone. There's not a soul about. The streets are bare and no traffic. I wish Nottingham was like this in rush hour! We speed towards the bus station in about 15mins but dread to think how long it would've taken had the traffic been as busy as last night. Deposited outside and it's yet another free transfer. This hotel is superb value for money!! I even feel compelled to write a review on Trip Advisor ...
... don't feel up for anything else this evening. It makes me really quite upset when I speak to him. I remember how much time I have left before I get to see him or hug him again and it breaks my heart. I guess its a sign of how good things are between us.
Right, enough of the sap.
Sorry this post was long and boring, I promise it'll be better again tomorrow (its a sign of exhaustion!)
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... and reliving their "glory days"... mostly their favorite East Lansing bars. "Has Rick's burned to the ground yet? No? It probably should be."
Ankara was a great city to start out in, especially considering that very few people here spoke English (yay immersion!) and we had a great experience here. Tonight we leave for the coast and I'm not sure how often I'll have internet and be able to update, but I can promise that I will be having fun :)