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... and the founder and first President of the Republic of Turkey. It is located in Ankara and was designed by architects Professor Emin Onat and Assistant Professor Ahmet Orhan Arda, whose proposal beat 48 other entries from ...
... to bumper traffic but that didn't seem to account for the 2 hour delay in our arrival.
At 6 pm, we pulled into the huge and modern Asti Station which is well connected to center of city via Ankaray train line. But to figure that tidbit of info out took a bit of doing. Information desk was closed and NO ONE spoke anything but Turkish. My frog is getting a lot of attention here, more than anywhere ...
... some of the oldest human artifacts ever found. All the way back to 8000 BC. Recently there was a finding in Turkey dating back to 10,000 BC but its still being excavated. This museum focused on the Hittites, an ancient Anatolian people that are also mentioned in the Bible I believe. While I’m not a huge museum person, some of the art work carved into rocks were amazing. There are cats and dogs everywhere in Turkey, but ...
... leave Ankara and METU.
Last night we had a fancy cocktail party with many important people such as the Dean of James Madison College, the MSU provost, and many Turkish MSU alum. It was a really nice time with lots of wine and bonding over the best bars and eating places in East Lansing (we even got tipped on where we can get good Mediterranean food and raki, which is the traditional Turkish liquor to drink, in East ...
Our trip to Izmir went by bus, including bikes.
The overland buses are rather swell.
They are large, new and clean, relatively fast, in our opinion cheap (given that petrol costs are about the same as in GE), they go everywhere and all the time.
Now for example, we are sitting in a bus that will take us from Pammukale to Izmir. It will take about 3 hours for 200 km, costs less than 7 euros (we were lucky, ...