Perissia Hotel & Convention Center
Travel Blogs from Urgup
What a punctual group! We actually pull away from the hotel five minutes early this morning to commence our sightseeing in Ankara. First stop if the Anatolian Civilizations Museum where our excellent guide gives us a chronological appreciation for this land which has been the hub of activity for so many major civilizations throughout the millennia …
after the tour we came back to the hotel and waited...and waited...and waited some more. The performance did not begin until 9pm, so I headed to the bar to be social with other group members...3 vodka tonics later we left for the church. My head was spinning as much as the dervish were. Be warned, the pictures are blurry - but not because of my BAC …
I did a lot but I can't remember right now...let me see the pictures and try to remember ıf I remember correctly, thıs was a travel day to Cappadocıa. In the mornıng, we vısıted the Mevlana museum, where we learned the orıgın & meanıng behınd the dance of the dırvısh. The ıdea guy and hıs father are burıed here under the turquıse dome. we are spend …
shop till you drop...under the pretense of visiting the Cappadocia area...our guide called one area the Grand Canyon of Turkey but we did not go there, there are trekking tours as well as mountain biking etc but we visited several valleys closer to town. The hills are yellow (vs red rocks of Sedona) they pull of the side of the road to point out …
I spent four days in Istanbul. Istanbul is in Turkey. Turkey has one part, which is in Europe. The other side of Turkey is in Asia.
The first day I went on the Galata Bridge over the Bosphorus Strait from the Europe side to the Asia side. The Bosphorus leads to the Black Sea. I was staying on the Europe side.
I went to the Blue Mosque and the Hagia Sofia, which first was ...
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