Sheraton Hotel & Convention Center Ankara
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The first of our long travel days on the Ancient Turkey tour! We travelled via minibus for around 9 hours from Istanbul to Cappadocia, stopping on the way in Turkey's capital, Ankara. Here, we visited the mausoleum of Mustafa Ataturk - the founder of modern Turkey, and a very revered figure here. The tomb and extensive museum dedicated to him was an elaborate monument and the number of turkish ...
... tufa which undercuts the basalt, thus giving a somewhat suggestive effect. Of course, this has not entered the mind of a single person on the bus!
Having viewed these phenomena we duly arrived at the Double Tree Hilton which is lovely hotel,and the most comfortable beds since our trip began.
After dinner we went by tour bus to a caravanserai to watch a religious ceremony performed by the Whirling Dervishes, who do some of their worship through ...
... the Alps. At that point we took the opportunity to sing "The Sound of Music" at the top our lungs.
Once we returned to Munich, we spent our days touring churches, markets, and shops. The last day in Munich was probably my favorite, we spent the entire afternoon sitting in the English Gardens, and made a little lunch from the cheese, bread, and jelly we bought from a market.
... battered and decaying. There’s no sophistication here, it’s like it’s run by adults with children’s brains. The people do well not to eat one another and the building do well to remain standing if it rains. Some parts were little more than huts, others were a pale imitation of Istanbul. How this is the capital is beyond me. It’s an ugly little town with the style and facilities, noise, smell and comfort of a 2-stoke enduro motorcycle but without being ...
... that had come for the other girl and we all started dispersing. We ended up on the other side of the bar playing darts with a couple guys. This proved a bit more fun!
The next day I met up with another guy from couchsurfing who had hosted some friends. Me, him, and his girlfriend went to the Ataturk Memorial and then walked around for awhile. They introduced me to a new food and also bought me some medicine for my continuous ...