Neva Palas Hotel

Address: Esat Cad 32 , Ankara, Ankara, 06640, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ankara


A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Sep 10, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

... gave women the right to vote, equality to men, brought in the decimal system, western calendar, and alphabet, schooling for children, western clothing and made everybody adopt a surname.
In the same building one can see the different wars Turkey was involved in and the terrible atrocities they suffered during the wars until the foundation of the modern Republic.

From Cappadochia to Ankara

A travel blog entry by ruthontravels on Sep 19, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... us as we flew so they could be available as we landed. We both agreed that this successful Hot Air balloon trip was probably the highlight of a tour of many magical moments. We were given non alcoholic champagne at 7.30 am and a certificate to celebrate our adventure. We returned to the hotel in time for breakfast and then to get on the bus to go to Ankara, but not long after leaving the wonders of Goreme we arrived at a Pottery Making ...

The wheels on the bus

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Sep 07, 2013

11 photos

... was one of the most powerful things I’ve experienced.

The tribute paid to and respect garnered by this past leader was moving. I think those wishing for Ataturk’s secular vision to continue and to thrive may be worried about the growing Islamic influence in law that is creeping into their society. Next year’s elections may signal a new future for this young Turkish girl.


Eyes wide open

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Sep 07, 2013


... Istanbul a couple of months ago...we in the US support our right to protest and that is a right Turks also enjoy. Yet, overreactions, some with tragic results, do occur regardless of geographic locale. Any tourist with an ounce of common sense steers clear of even 'peaceful' demonstrations and any gatherings of large groups simply because of the potential for unpredictable group mentality/activity.

Cold and Rainy in the Capital

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Nov 08, 2012

4 comments, 14 photos

... away from adjacent gates simultaneously and then make a dash for the exit followed immediately by the next batch of buses taking up the vacated slots.

We'd already got a taste of Turkey's inter-city bus travel with the innumerable bus companies operating large buses that seemed to be made entirely of glass. The quality of the roadways and these glass behemoths that glide on them make travel in Turkey a dream like experience. Add ...