Allstar Marinem Hotel
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... English or really had time to look at the street name I had written down. Thanks to a nice store clerk and her friend, I found the office building and office, which appeared to have been decorated by a child designing a room in a castle. Or by someone in New Jersey. The lady to help me could have been from New Jersey. Green eye shadow. Impossible nails. Very friendly. She walked me to the apartment, which sits above the busiest cafe neighborhood on Earth. Every restaurant ...
... paintings artefacts and idols found in Turkey from the Neolithic period of 2000 years BC we hadn't the energy to absorb much. We escaped from our Tour Director to get through the exhibits as quickly as we could, to sit outside having a cup of coffee till he found us and took us in the bus to the Ankara Hilton where we were to stay. All we really wanted to do was lie down and get a rest but we managed to get to the evening meal which this time ...
... br> Another interesting thing we have noticed is there are a lot of water points everywhere along the roads. A lot of them are long troughs, so obviously for stock.
Some of the roads through here were definitely a bit ordinary (not surprising really considering which way we went) but we still made good time arriving at Golbasi a bit after 6. Luckily we'd decided to have a good lunch and not have much for dinner because our hotel was away from anything. It was the ...
... State Department's email list for any updates or warnings regarding Turkey.
We have our eyes open, our brains switched on and have had/will continue to have an awesome trip! Later today look for my post about today's fun - lets see if I can make an almost all day bus ride remotely interesting...
... the founder of the Bayrami Sufi sect in the 15th century. Adjacent to the mosque is the site of the Temple of Augustus and Rome, which was built between 25 and 20 BC after the conquest of Central Anatolia by the Roman Empire. One has to look for it carefully as it could easily be mistaken for a massive construction site. Nearby structures were being demolished and it looked chaotic in the rain. On our way back to the Ulus Metro station we ...