Sheraton Hotel & Convention Center Ankara
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... Go ahead! No problem!"
And like owls who, having being woken in the morning by what sounded like a chainsaw, but transpired to be a revved up magpie, we stumbled and blinked back into our nests. Five hours the full process.
(Focal scoir: An American couple in our group had a much more arduous time of it, but even then it was more bureaucratic than xenophobic).
Little to report after this, on my part, at least. We reached famed ...
... down wen the gear, down went the flaps, and we slowed quickly. It was really fun and I was on cloud 9. The landing s smooth and we taxied to our waiting parking slot. The handling agent (mandatory here) was really friendly and we filled up Maggie in no time. Amazingly, this would be the last time we would need to fill her up for the entire trip. We started realizing that soon we'd be doing everything for the last time. Our taxi driver to the airport must have been related ...
In the evening, we visited GenÁlik park. There was a nice fountain, a bridge and a pond with chairs, where people sat and enjoyed the sunset. Nearby was an amusement park, called Luna Park, which was illuminated beautifully at night. Then we walked to the Kızılay street, which is is the biggest shopping district in Ankara and the main city center. It is full of chic clothing stores, so ...
... community of people living within the area of the Citadel. We hiked around the Citadel for a good two hours and decided to enjoy some culture at the Museum of Anatolia. Unfortunately, the main display was under construction, but we were able to still see some of the Anatolian artifacts on display in the smaller display room. We spent some time here and decided to grab some food at the large shopping complex in what is comparable ...
... took us to a cafť that Hillary Clinton ate at when she visited Ankara. We ate traditional Turkish flaky flatbreads filled with meat, cheese, or potato. I liked the potato, my mom liked the meat, and Serdar liked the cheese. We had leftovers that we brought to my dad, and he liked the potato one too. Serdar also made sure to show us his favorite jewelry stores, and made sure we got the feel of the area.