Anatolia Boutique Otel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Kale) and decided to check out the site. The guy at the small cafeteria promised to make us a great lunch that would be ready when we returned. We told him, just some vegetables and rice would be great. "It will be done when you return", he yelled after us.
We hiked 200 meters to the first statue perched precariously on outcropping is Mithras (or Apollo) the sun god. A short hike up from there got ...
... served. One of Gulten's Aunts prayed in Arabic from the Koran from memory and then she prayed in Turkish for blessing for everyone and their families. It was a very special moment for me. It was interesting also that only women were at the home. Several men, cousins, came by but they did not enter the house.
The men did give me a tour of the farm. I didn’t realize at first that the ...
I'd like to introduce my neighbors. Natali lives next door and George lives down the hall. They are both from Moldova and they both play the cello and teach music lesson at the university. The other member of this group is Asli. She plays the violin, lives downstairs and is from Turkey. Natali speak some English, Asli speaks only a little English and George, well, he can say hi.
I feel very lucky to know these people. ...
... treat. We had a couple bags of candy, but the students were so shy they didn’t want to come to us and "ask" for a piece of candy. With encouragement some of them did finally trick or treat, but mostly them just took pictures and then returned to their classes for their character activity and snack.
For the “costume” party students had to research and then pretended to be a person from history, ...
... 8217;s special occasion. I didn’t know how to ask her ask her why she needed a very formal gown, but I could tell it was for something special. We looked at shop after shop. We even had tea in one dress shop. But she found nothing. So in the end we went for a snack in the park restaurant and then to an outdoor café for Turkish coffee.
On the way back to pick up her glasses we visited Ataturk’s museum. They ...