Ramada Ankara

Address: Tunali Hilmi Street No.66 Kavaklidere, Cankaya, Ankara, Ankara, 06680, Turkey | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Ankara

    Hospital again

    A travel blog entry by laurennorman on Mar 11, 2014

    ... ill. When I thought about it, I realised that I was more exhausted than I usually am - the way I feel if I do too much the day before, but I hadn't. Then during the class I started to feel hot and sick, and when I got home that night I was really dizzy, so I went to bed and just hoped I would be okay in the morning.
    The next morning I woke up in agony, my back was so painful but it wasn't like ...

    And so it really begins...

    A travel blog entry by kathyonfoote on Jul 02, 2013

    ... a promise of an ice cream (turns out to be an effective method to put a plug in any tears being shed).

    We headed down to the pool and whilst the boys made a fort with another boy from the school, Tim, a girl from the embassy and I went swimming. I managed to do a few lengths before the boys got bored of making forts and wanted to cannonball.

    Emotions were running high this evening. I think a mixture of the end of school combined with exhaustion from charging ...

    Day 8: Istanbul to Ankara

    A travel blog entry by akadhikari on Mar 30, 2013

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... country as it is now. The accomplishment of this man for Turkey is endless. (please refer to wiki if you're interested to know more on Ataturk). Examples of Gandhi and Ataturk are answers to the question; 'what difference one man can make?'

    All the countries I've visited, I've found that people of the country still had great respect and admiration for their heroes and they've gone to some considerable length to preserve, honour and respect their memories. All ...

    Ankara, METU, and the Legacy of Mustafa Kemal

    A travel blog entry by timetraveler on May 31, 2012

    16 photos

    ... habit of turning up in shallow graves or facing exile or imprisonment. Ataturk and his regime brooked no challenge.

    He remains a controversial figure to this day, but that should not be surprising considering the scope and swiftness with which a large society was wrenched out of near medieval custom and firmly placed among the modern nations of the world. Since the military was primarily responsible for ...

    Anthony & Cleopatra

    A travel blog entry by carlier on May 10, 2010

    8 photos

    ... of a heavily wooded ridge with sheer drops down to numerous ravines. Unfortunately for the Crusaders, their building efforts were in vain as they were defeated by the armies of Saladin after only a 2 day siege. I was all too stunned to take in the views when got there as we took a taxi – equivalent of a Hyundai Getz – THE smallest car ever with Tim and I in the back willing the car to make it on those “tour de france esque” switchbacks, a hair ...