Mega Residence Hotel Ankara
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... also my Turkish is improving in leaps and bounds, but as it should for the amount of time I have put into it, almost everyday and school and most days at home. It is starting to warm up here, like 12-20 degrees, there is more heat in the sun everyday, we are in Spring here now, in June we will go into summer, I look forward to it very much. My body has become accustomed to the cold weather, 12 degrees is like T-shirt and short weather, like 25 is hot here because of how much i ...
... to the Mausoleum of Mustafa Amed Kammel Atta Turk, the father of modern Turkey, also an impressive monument, we got to see the changing of the guards. After this we were on our way to the next stop in the tour, Capadoccia.The boat tour on the Bosphorus was most enjoyable, either side of the
Straight has beautiful residential areas, mansions, palaces from
different periods, fortresses, buildings, parks, boardwalk, etc.,
... since being declared the capital of the Turkish Republic in 1923. Most of Ankara is a modern metropolis, carefully planned to reflect the seat of government for the Turkish nation. It is a western looking city. The Turkish people are big shoppers and, with their thriving economy, can afford to do so. Many of the top fashion designers are featured in shopping complexes in ...
... made pottery, jewelry, and rugs with unique designs, as well as locally famous dried fruits, nuts, and Turkish delight. Needless to say, our bags grew heavier and our food babies grew along with them as we shopped till we dropped, quite literally, into our hotel beds. The hotel resort in Cappadocia had the smallest TVs and the biggest and most comfortable rooms of the trip so ...
... city and the houses were built into the mountain and looked run down. The city center had a few monuments, parks and nice water fountains. There were a couple good shopping streets and shopping malls that were pretty nice and had a lot of American food chains. Ankara is not a bad place, but also not much to do there as far as tourism. It’s more of an industrial city for ...