Etap Mola Hotel

Address: Izmir Cad. No:27 Kizilay, Cankaya, Ankara, Ankara, 06000, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Sincan area of Ankara, is near Ani Ruins, Dervent Valley, and Caravan-serai.
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    Travel Blogs from Ankara


    A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Oct 12, 2014

    10 photos

    It's been a while, but I promise that no one has missed anything terribly exciting since I've last written :). I've been in Ankara for almost 2 weeks now, and I'll be here for a little while longer, but most of what I'm doing involves looking at a lot of really old library books and taking notes on my computer ... not really the kind of stuff that inspires vivid prose, flashy photography, or captivating blog entries. I did, however, have quite the adventure today, which ...

    Cebeci Bit Pazarı

    A travel blog entry by laurennorman on Nov 10, 2013

    4 photos

    ... he gave me a cup of tea and we got bored so me and my friend walked off.

    I couldn't wait to get home as I was so cold, and just 2 days ago our boiler stopped working! I had to wash my hair the old fashioned way and it was difficult because I have a lot of hair! Basically the whole bathroom got soaked. I emailed my landlord to ask what to do and he sent his cousin over to look at it. I had no idea if he was qualified but he managed to fix it so everything is good again!

    Day 3 -To Ankara

    A travel blog entry by jennyart on Jun 06, 2013

    7 photos

    ... series here. Avery primitive little town which on weekends has become a Mecca for Turks who watch TV, much like the street in Manchester in Coro St. On weekends the place has become very commercial with stalls etc. The visit was billed as a chance to interact with the villagers and see how they lived, but they could not really give a toss, and who blames them? Either buy something or move ...

    The last few days...

    A travel blog entry by nickybates on May 27, 2012

    5 photos

    ... largest innercity garden on the continent and it was beautiful. There's a river that runs through it, and part of it has man made waves that people can surf on. We sat in a field by a river and wrote post cards and read, then ate lunch.
    We left early early early Sunday morning (2:30 am!) after trying to get a few hours of sleep and failing because a girl told us "It's my hostel and I'll party if I want to". We ...

    Cultural tour to turkey

    A travel blog entry by tunalim on Aug 31, 2009

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... 745 by the Uygurs, who were of the same ethnic stock as themselves. In this manner all the Turks who had converged under the banner of the Göktürks were dispersed to that of the Uygurs that the agricultural basin where they lived became known as Turkistan. In the year 1229, the Mongols put an end to Uygur sovereignty; the Uygurs however, became their cultural and political mentors.

    The Turks and Islam

    Contacts between the Turks and Moslems commenced at the beginning of ...