Sheraton Hotel & Convention Center Ankara
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... we drove by bus to Avonos in central Turkey. This part of Turkey is quite agricultural, with wheat and barley as the major crops. Along the way we stop by Yazilikaya, a scared Hittite sanctuary rock formation believed to be 4000 years old. We spent three nights at the ancient region of Cappadocia where the unique rock formation was formed between two volcanos and sculptured over millions years by wind and ...
... cucumber, walnuts, dried apricot & fig, fresh orange juice and a nice milky coffee like your Nan used to make. It's all rather pleasant and a good start to the day. It's just me and the bloke - all the other guests are still asleep.
It's the same bloke that checks me out and asks if I've had anything from the minibar. Only a bottle of water. "We'll give you that on the house" he replies and tells me to wait in the entrance hall of this merchant's house (which I'm ...
... what was happening. It was more of a "everyone here? Cool, lets go", than a debrief. But, I was paired with Ruby (a girl I had met previously who was friends with the boys. 13/14, looks a lot older, and I knew already that I got one with her. Makes it a bit easier when there's a friendly face), Ceyda (a half Turkish half English girl whose siblings and mum were involved in the school too. My age, really lovely girl) and James Bryont (a regular teacher at the summer school, ...
Ankara, the capital of Turkey is unwisely avoided by most visitors to the country. That gave us an opportunity to see the real Turkey away from the tourist trail. When we arrived we expected to see a very serious city full of government officials and bureaucrats. Sasha and Dasha realized nothing can be further from the truth with lots of help from our Couch-surfing host Mohamed.
After leaving the otogar we rode a few stops on the metro and got off ...
I always expected the Turkish capital to be a bit dull, I knew it wasn’t going to be another Istanbul, unfortunately my first impressions supported this a bit too much. The roads were in long straight lines with hardly any shops, just apartments and offices. There was no Turkish flair about the place.
I had no map or no idea of where anything was. The night before I had hoped that once I had rested I would be prepared to have half a day in Ankara ...