Sheraton Hotel & Convention Center Ankara
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... city in the country after Istanbul. It is located at the heart of both Turkey and Central Anatolia. The population is around 4.5 million. Ankara is the administrative center of Turkey and a huge university town, so it has a large ...
... a unique breed of cat (Angora cat), Angora rabbits and their prized wool (Angora wool), pears, honey, and the region's muscat grapes.
Ankara is the nation’s capital (pop 4.3m) and very modern. It gets more than its share of infrastructure money but it is not loaded with grand government buildings and monuments like Washington DC or other Capitals. For tourists, it is ...
... education. People with less education typically do about 16 months while if you’re college educated its usually 12 months. Ender was telling us that he has a nephew who flunked a class on purpose in his final year of university this year to stay out of the military another year. Many young men stationed on the eastern border are in very dangerous situations and many are dying so people are trying doing things like ...
... oil on nations, Turkey's place in the European Union and it's political economy, as well as Greece and the Euro-crisis. These are areas of study I haven't really had the opportunity to delve into before, so it's been interesting.
The place we're staying at is call the Aysel Subuncu Guest House, which sounds really heavenly, but in actuality is far away from everywhere and right in the heart of an area that we have deemed "Feral ...
... buses themselves, almost 200 tracks, crowded. Working well and well connected to the city by dolmusses (the stations are about 15 km outside of the city center).
Which brings us to the local and regional buses, the dolmusses. They are small buses, having some 10 seats but able to contain double the number of persons. Most of them are quite new, in bigger cities they often have two persons working in them (one ...