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... been since 2011!!!! Ironically its due to reopen next week....They do, however, have one large hall with I guess the best bits since this was really good. The area has been inhabited for literally thousands of years, it's just overwhelming.
We then headed for the old Byzantine castle . They clearly used any old bit of stone for the castle walls (you can see Roman and Greek slabs in the wall) and it's really set on a high peak with a wonderful view. ...
... jewelry - i think in a previous life i was a magpie.) im currently sat in what i can only assume is the Turkish version of Starbucks - "Kahve Dunyasi" with a lovely view out over Ankara. After i had been here for 20 minutes or so, the barista brought over an espresso that i hadnt ordered. She insisted i tried it. It was delicious! Quite sweet. I hope that it was a free gift for the uneducated foreigner, but we'll see when i go to pay... Keep checking back, ...
... by as we leave Pigeon Valley. This portion of our journey will cover less than 200 miles. We bus from sunshine to rain and the landscape evolves to hills and cattle.
We stop for lunch at another tourist enclave outside the Hattusha park. The owner's photo is on the wall and he stops by to check on our service. He starred as Genghis Khan in a movie some years back. He's an older version of the man in the photos, but unmistakeable with his massive jaw ...
Ankara, Turkey is the modern capitol of Turkey. We know that it is a modern international
city because it has 80 Starbucks. The
food is great. Last night we had Kopte
(beef patties) in a spicy tomato sauce.
The meat was nicely spiced as well.
Today at lunch we had Gozlemke which is like a calzone. The food is so flavorful. We visited the European Famous Museum of
... technology engineering and math. If their English is not up to standard, they have to take a year of language preparation. There is also a strong emphasis on the liberal arts at METU.
Each year METU hosts a conference for teachers of English. At plenary sessions and workshops, scholars help teachers sharpen their classroom skills. Also, a number of international publishers present their resources ...