Allstar Marinem Hotel
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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, ...
... at the many colourful shops and then came back to the hotel to wait for our very early ride to the airport. The traffic is so bad here that we were picked up 4 hours before our flight just in case we got stuck in the traffic. Now we are waiting another 2 and a half hours for our flight to Trabzon. The domestic airport security is pretty much the same as the international and we even needed our passports to check in. There is ...
... Ankara, the economy seems to be booming. Turkey is hoping for admission to the European Union, and touting for the 2020 Olympics, although they are not doing themselves any favours with the current unrest I would imagine. Our guide has told us that the black economy is incredibly big and that the taxation system is crazy, with so many anomalies e.g.farmers pay no income tax.
We continued the journey, stopping at Hacibectas, a town which is the birthplace of ...
... a beer garden and talk before we’d go back and hit the hay.
During the middle of the week we took an over night trip to Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau, two giant castles in the Alps. It was refreshing to take a break from the city and see some mountains. Our hotel room, specifically the bed, was a welcomed change from our hostel. Once we got there we toured Hohenschwangau, inside ...
... around with doner meat spilt down my t shirt while people are fasting. I could see an amazing looking castle-like thing on a hill so I walked towards it. I later found out that this was Ankara Citadel and was a historic part of the city’s defences, makes sense as you could see for miles around across dry semi-desert land. I found a perch at the top of the big hill and looked down across the city for some time, I forgave it for not having as many sights ...