Kosk Hotel

Address: Ataturk Caddesi No: 7 , Sivas, Sivas, 58030, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ataturk Caddesi No: 7 , Sivas.
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Travel Blogs from Sivas

The Hittite Capital

A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Oct 29, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... We got him to drop us off at the museum, and while we were there we had the museum officials call about the dolmus, and they did, in fact, confirm that the dolmus had been cancelled for the day. So our "free" ride to the village turned into quite the commission for this guy, but we ended being able to see everything we wanted to (we had him take us up to Yazilikaya before driving us back to Sungurlu) and split between the two of us, the cab fare was pretty ...

Turkish truck stop

A travel blog entry by p45 on Jul 10, 2013

1 photo

After leaving sivas we were both so tired. Pete was falling asleep at the wheel so we pulled into a truck stop and set up the bed. We were asleep in about 3 minutes flat.
When we woke, Pete opened the door to find a great big german sherperd standing there barking. After a pretend rock grab (this always seems to work as the dogs here are used to having stones thrown at then and they back off)
We got ...

More of Turkey's history, the Hittites

A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Oct 05, 2011

28 photos

... Chamber is Chamber A, which contains rock-cut relief of 64 deities in procession. The left wall shows a procession of male deities, wearing the traditional kilts, pointed shoes ...

Welcome to Hittite Central

A travel blog entry by chagger1 on Jun 17, 2011

8 photos

... off so I had Hattusa, the Hittite capital, to myself (until the tour buses started arriving). Equipped with a learned guidebook, I spent 3 very contented hours wandering the site of this C14 BC city. The road around the site is 5kms long. Wildflowers peppered amongst the remnants of the nerve centre of a once powerful empire. So powerful that it defeated Rameses II of Egypt (and held off the Assyrians). A great morning.

Hattusha, Royal City of the Hittites

A travel blog entry by cotafamily4 on May 21, 2008

24 photos

... can't help but picture some of the baby storks getting strangled in the plastic or zapped by the electrical wires on their first flight... waking up in the van... to the sounds of birds singing and the warm rays of the sun peeking through the curtains... stopping and frolicking in a field of purple flowers... as rich of a purple as one can imagine... As we ...