- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and the rebuilt Izmit (epicentre of 1999 earthquake during my first visit) preceded the surprisingly infertile soil of the plateau. Then I, too, was rendered unconscious...
B: Luckily our guide was as unconscious as us, so we didn't miss out on any vital information about the surrounding Turkish landscape. By the time we reached Ankara, lost our way to the hostel, then found it, we only had enough time to find somewhere agreeable to eat and ...
... earthquake that hit there the following year. All but two in the group were doing a jet fuel stop in Turkey and then continuing on to Odessa, Ukraine. The Cessna Silver Eagle was stopping though for the night in Turkey, and we had to go to Ankara for avgas. As we neared Ankara the radio chatter was getting more and more intense. We knew we were in for an interesting approach and did all we could to prepare. Our slow speed didn't fit in well with the rest of the ...
... lot of jewellery stores, which sold gold jewellery and a lot of small restaurants.
In the afternoon, we walked up a hill and climbed to the top. There were a lot of steps and therefore, was quite exhausting reaching the top. We came across an ancient Roman castle, with a a wonderful grassy park, where people came for a picnic. From the top, you can enjoy a breath-taking skyline view of Ankara. ...
... were some nice picture taken, so I will try and post them later along with pictures of the Citadel, Anatolia museum, and goofy pictures taken throughout the week.
We have to pack and check out of our rooms now and we also have lecture in and hour, so I need to get going! Next stop: The southern Turkish coastal city of Bodrum, where apparently we have been instructed by all Turks not to sleep and live it up while we're there.
... also passed by the burial chamber of Ataturk, which no one is allowed to enter. We saw a lot of school groups, both small preschool age and what seemed to be Middle School graduates. Also, Australian dignitaries came to the Mausoleum, so we got to see a special ceremony.
Afterwards, we went across the city and to the Museum of Anatolian Civilization. Some of the ruins in the museum were from ...