Neva Palas Hotel

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

Ankara

A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Oct 12, 2014

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... 6-7 miles of walking - but all very much worth it.

I finally decided to take a break from the computer-library-thing and ventured out into the city center to do some sightseeing. John and I were able to see a few very cool sites last year, but there's still a bit more I wanted to see, including Ataturk's Mausoleum (aka Anitkabir) and the newly-renovated Museum of Anatolian Civilizations. We went to the museum on our last visit, but a substantial portion of it ...

Bombs over Baghdad

A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Oct 31, 2013

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(sorry for no pictures, my iPhone went missing the following day as you can read about in the next entry) I was excited about today's flight. Given Israel and Syria overflights are off limits, not to mention Iran with an N-registered aircraft, our only real bet was over Iraq. Somehow flying over Iraq in an N-registered aircraft also seemed bizarre. From there over Turkey and areas I had visited with the parents just a couple years ago ensured it was going to be an interesting ...

Day 3 -To Ankara

A travel blog entry by jennyart on Jun 06, 2013

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... br> The drive to Ankara was a long one broken only by comfort stops, and a side trip to Gordion(as in Gordion Knot) and the assumed burial tomb/mound of King Midas, an interesting construction and museum. There are about 300 of these burial mounds dotted around the area, all for royalty, and up to 25 m in height. Most have been looted down the centuries.
Carried on to Ankara through gently ...

The last few days...

A travel blog entry by nickybates on May 27, 2012

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... plane (With hours to spare) and flew to Ankara via a connecting flight through Istanbul. We met up there with the (sort of) friendly faces of Steve and Nathan and went to our hotel that was only our hotel for a night. For the second time on this trip, we successfully squeezed one more person in the room that we should have. We skipped dinner after wandering around and asking the lady at the front desk where to ...

Cultural tour to turkey

A travel blog entry by tunalim on Aug 31, 2009

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... century and some of the Turks began to favour Islam. However the pro-Arab policies of the Omayads (661-750 A.D) restricted these relations somewhat. Later, many Moslem Turks took office in the Abbside government and because of this, great interest in the Islamic world spread among the Turks beyond the River Ceyhun. Commercial caravans also played a major role in the spread of Islam into the steppes of Central Asia. The Turks became fully Moslem by the 10th century, and this resulted in ...