Mega Residence Hotel Ankara

Address: Tahran Cad. No:5 Kavaklidere, Cankaya, Ankara, Ankara, 06700, Turkey | 5 star hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Ankara

A short pit stop...and a train saga

A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 02, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... into one was the star and crescent; now, however, we were closer to the yet more exotic symbol- the tawhid tulip of the Islamic Republic; and now we traversed the border fence with the sky nearing blue; my immediate sight being two of the devout taking prayer mats out of cars to mark fajr.
The guards had the courtesy to come to us this occasion, and as I had heard, the sight of the harp-bearing passport does one no harm at all. Job surely ...

Bombs over Baghdad

A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Oct 31, 2013

15 photos

... When the controller asked us our speed and I replied 125 k nots, he promptly asked if we cold give it all we could. Down we went with the engine purring and we were then in line with the airlines at 160 knots. It was fun seeing a Lufthansa jet clear for the approach and us then cleared right in behind them. 12 miles back was the next airliner. We came in on final approach at such a healthy clip that the controller asked us to slow down about 4 miles out. Out came the speed ...

Ankara selamlar!

A travel blog entry by fairuzb on Apr 26, 2013

... the views and taking a lot of pictures, we noticed that there were even more steps leading somewhere. We decided to discover and mounted the steps. Soon, we found ourselves at an Anatolian village with small kiosks and houses in quite poor condition. There were children playing soccer. I have never seen a village like that in my life before. After a while, we climbed down the steps and headed over to ...

Touring Turkey's Capital

A travel blog entry by tckontis on Apr 26, 2012

5 comments, 17 photos

... B.C. (14,000 B.C.) You could also touch most of the ruins, which was a really cool experience.

We were then led up the mountain, steep road after steep road. It was definitely a work out! We got to the point where we could see the Ankara Castle and then made our way downhill. Serdar had us stop at many shops and had us taste foods such as Turkish delight, pistachios, and a special type of ...

Cultural tour to turkey

A travel blog entry by tunalim on Aug 31, 2009

1 comment, 2 photos

... and language.

The Beyliks - The Period Principalities

Political unity in Anatolia was disrupted from the time of the collapse of the Anatolia Seljuk State at the beginning of the 14th century (130, when until the beginning of the 16th century each of the regions in the country fell under the domination of Beyliks (Principalities). Eventually, the Ottoman Principality which destroyed all the other Principalities and restored political unity in Anatolia, was established ...