Neva Palas Hotel
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... is very nicely done and the bedrooms are magnificent and huge.
After dumping the bags we went across to the old castle and found a roof top café for a beer. Not a bad view of Ankara and the hills.
We decided to eat in the hotel, and the dining room turned out to be in what is described as an Industrial Museum. A bit odd I have to admit but good fun and the food was terrific. Another day here tomorrow for some culture.
... Turkey and when you do remember that it is a large country and innocuous events can be spun into great headlines in the current climate of 'terro-journalism.'
Also, I (and probably Eve, Leroy, Mary and Elaine as well) am registered with the US Consulate/Embassy so they know we're traveling here and I am ...
... of Turkey.
- bas relief work from the Neo Hittite era (a lion figure had its head projected into the air while the rest of its body was a bas relief)
- correspondence between Egyptian queen Nefertari and Hittite queen Puduhepa written after the first peace treaty in world history
- Çorum-Bogazköy bronze tablet (1235 BC)
The nearby Haci Bayram Camii mosque is ...
We are in Ankara. Our original plan had been to hire a taxi to take us around the city sights, but to be honest; there don't seem to be all that many outstanding sights here. In this case we decide get to Cappadocia as soon as we can. We’ll take the taxi, but just to the bus station.
By the time we’ve worked things out the station is completely bare. Just one lone taxi waits at the rank
"Can we all fit in ...
... 8217;t believe they still allow that - such a huge bomb potential there). Once free of my burdens, I got a map of the city and started to explore the town.
I visited the Museum of Anatolyan Civilization and got an understanding of why Turks come in so many colors and shapes (just kidding - that would be the ethnographic museum, and there’s actually one). I finally found out who the heck the Assyrians are and learned of a tribe I never hear of: the ...