Royal Ankara Hotel

Address: Buklum Sok. No:37 Kavaklidere, Cankaya, Ankara, Ankara, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ankara


A travel blog entry by garytan on Sep 24, 2014

4 photos

... tomb faces the Atatürk Mausoleum, on the opposite side of the Ceremonial Ground.The mausoleum was depicted on various Turkish banknotes during 1966–1987 and 1997–2009.
Ankara is the capital city of Turkey and the ...

Waiting for a Train

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Aug 08, 2013

17 photos

... city center. Seven stops later we popped out at Kizilay Square. In this city with hundreds of hotels, three out of four people we asked along the way knew the Asrin Business hotel and pointed toward it.

August 9-11, Waiting out the Holiday Period in Ankara

Per Wiki; Ankara was historically known as Ancyra and Angora and was famous for its long-haired Angora goat and its prized ...

You know this, yes?

A travel blog entry by hmgoldilocks on Nov 30, 2012

2 comments, 5 photos

... other things. I walked through the museum wondering how on earth one person could have done so much for their country and in such a short time. His mausoleum is quite impressive. We even got to see the changing of the guard, which was cool. They utilize both navy and army at this place and the boys look very, very young.

Military service in Turkey is a requirement for all males. The length of service depends on your ...

A Quick Update on German Adventures!

A travel blog entry by mikegendernalik on May 28, 2012

6 photos

Hello everyone!

Sorry I have been slacking on the blog, this one will
summarize my last days in Germany.
Dachau was a great experience, very sobering and really told of the
history that Germany holds. In
Dachau we went through the museum, which was once where the SSR officers were
housed, as well as the barracks that prisoners were forced into. We spent a
good 4 hours here and then decided to head out to ...

Turkish busses

A travel blog entry by ludtjes on Mar 31, 2012

2 comments, 1 photo

... it's a fast way to travel. The bus stations in the small cities are a bit dusty. A small supermarket, a place to drink cay, that's about it. Bigger cities have bigger stations and are better organized. The big cities however, like Izmir and Ankara, have bus stations looking and working like smaller airports. Super clean, lots of desks to buy your last minute ticket, lots of safety guards, huge, everything inside except ...