Radisson Blu Hotel, Ankara
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... there you can see the excavations of the Roman theater still in progress, and it's worth remembering that Ankara (Roman "Ancyra") was one of the major regional centers in the territory that was once known as ancient Galatia - sound familiar? :)
While the museum isn't the most enormous structure on the planet, the collection is really, really, really stellar. Many of the most famous artifacts from all around Turkey are on display here (and that's saying quite a ...
... for a minute or two) to ask for directions to our hostel (he was only a block away, in his defense). Our hostel owners are fab, and we are clearly aiming to make friends with everyone everywhere. At this point, we have been successful. We got a glimpse of the Hagia Sophia tonight and can't wait to see everything in daylight - and on a full night's sleep - tomorrow! By the way - 66 degrees never felt so good as it did ...
... pace and then spent the night clubbing. So I decided to take it easy today. I bummed around the hostel for a couple hours before heading out noonish.
There are 2 places that sell the museum hopper, the Hagia Sophia and the Mosiac Museum. After talking to the receptionist at the hostel I decided to get my pass at the Mosiac Museum. While it took me like 15 minutes to find the place (tucked away on a side street of some bazaar) there was no line for the ...
Merhaba! I'm exhausted and I want to write all about my journeys and adventures today, but my body might fail before I can. I'll document it all with proper pictures though with captions and such. Know this though: I loved today! I loved how I felt strangely at home here among the shopkeepers at the bazaar. I loved being able to stop into a random mosque to pray or watch others ...
... street. We then went looking for a street we went down yesterday but just could not find it. Karen wanted to return to it for presents but we failed. We again took the funicular to the Galata bridge and we found a flash fish restaurant. It started with them bringing a range of recently deceased fis on plate for us to choose what we wanted and they then cooked it on a hot plate. We chose a sea bass and it was very nice. Also a nice dry white Turkish wine. We lingered over this lunch for ...