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Профиль пользователя Met
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Central, chic&bright top floor w/balcony 06evcom

3 гостя
1 спальня
1 кровать
1 ванная
3 гостя
1 спальня
1 кровать
1 ванная
ОСОБЕННОСТИ ЖИЛЬЯ
Прибытие организовано отлично90% недавних гостей оценили процесс прибытия на 5 звезд.
Отличное расположение95% недавних гостей оценили расположение этого жилья на 5 звезд.

• the flat has an awesome view of city •balcony
• 50 m to metro station /direct buses from airport
• near Kızılay Square
• 8 th floor • Wi-Fi 25 mbps
• next to grocery&supermarket&taxi-stand
• kitchen •oven •stove •fridge •washing machine•dvd player•movies
• key delivery is available 24 hours with special lock
• free street parking
• elevator

• 10 min walk Tunalı&embassies
• 1.5 km to US Embassy
• 0.2 km to Kurtulus Park
• 3 km to Train Station
• 3 km to Ankara Castle

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Wi-Fi
Кухня
Место для работы на ноутбуке
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Спальные места

Спальня 1
1 кровать King Size
Зоны общего пользования
1 диван

Правила дома

Курение запрещено
Нельзя с питомцами
Без вечеринок и мероприятий
Время прибытия — гибкое
Выезд до 11:00

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Профиль пользователя Petr
Petr
Январь 2018
Try your luck, folks. Have no idea how this flat looks like. Haven't been there either. A friend of Max contacted me on the day of my arrival and said that it is impossible to move in into the flat because of some sorts problem with the plumbing. He asked me to cancel my reserv…
Профиль пользователя Met
Ответ от Met:
Oh Petite Petr, first of all thank you for 5 stars, but i guess you couldn’t explain yourself correctly. I’m here for help, don’t mind. As i’m in United States nowadays, my friend told you about plumbing maintenance, as you were hurry and wanted to check-in 5 minutes after your booking, you and my friend decided to cancel booking. Everything is normal. Cancellation must do from your side and we gonna refund it. For 3 times per year you will get back your fee from airbnb, and host will refund you. For your trust problems i called airbnb 11000 km away for you and did it for you from Miami. This was not refunded because of your complains. Your words ” I had a very bad experience” is very funny and will be another long inspection for another statement. Anyway Petite Petr.
Январь 2018
Профиль пользователя Noriko
Noriko
Июль 2018
Very convenient place for everything. The room is comfortable. Met is a kind and comunicative person.
Профиль пользователя Met
Ответ от Met:
When the pupil is ready, the teacher will come.
Июль 2018
Профиль пользователя Mustafa Oğulcan
Mustafa Oğulcan
Июль 2018
Oldukça başarılı
Профиль пользователя Met
Ответ от Met:
Let us enjoy reading this story of The Thirsty Crow!. Once, a crow was very thirsty. The crow searched for water everywhere. “Kaa, Kaa, Kaa…" AT last he saw a pot with very little water in it. He put his beak inside. But he could not reach down the water. The crow thought of a plan. He picked some pebbles and dropped then into the pot one by one. The water level rose. The crow drank the water and flew away happily.
Июль 2018
Профиль пользователя Cansu
Cansu
Июль 2018
Misafirperver bir ev sahibi
Профиль пользователя Met
Ответ от Met:
The Wolf and the Seven Little Goats : Once upon a time there lived an old goat who had seven young ones whom she loved as every mother loves her children. One day she wanted to go into the forest to fetch some food so calling her seven young ones together, she said, “Dear children, I am going away into the forest. Be careful about the wolf. If he comes here he will eat you all up. He often disguises himself. But you can make him out by his rough voice and his black feet." The little goats replied, "Dear mother, we will be very careful and obey your words. You may go away without any fear." So the mother goat left her dear children and went into the forest. The little goats locked their house carefully from inside and shut the windows tightly. Not long after-wards, somebody knocked at the door and called out, "Open, my dear children. I am your mother and I got something for each one of you." But the little goats found from the rough voice that it was a wolf and so they said. "We will not open the door. You are not our mother. She has a gentle and loving voice. But yours is gruff. You are a wolf." So the wolf went away and he ate some chalk and by that means rendered his voice more gentle. Then he came back, knocked at the door and said. "Open, my dear children. Your mother has come home." But the wolf had placed his black paws near the opening of the door, so the little goats saw them and replied, “No, we will not open the door. Our mother has no black feet. You are a wolf." So the wolf went away and dipped his black foot in white chalk powder and turned them white in colour. Now the bad wolf went to the house for the third time and knocked at the door and said, "Open up! My young ones. Your dear mother has come and has brought with her something for each one of you out of the forest." The little goats replied, "Show us first your feet to see whether you are our mother." So the bad wolf put his feet up near the opening of the door and when the little goats saw that they were white, they thought it was all right and unlocked the door. But alas! The wolf had entered the house this time. The little goats were terribly frightened and tried to hide themselves. One ran under the table. The second got into the bed. The third into the cupboard and the fourth into the kitchen and the fifth into the oven and the sixth into the wash-tub. Finally the seventh hid herself in the clock-case. But the wolf found them all out and swallowed them up one after another. The wolf did not discover the one which hid in the clock-case. When the wolf was satisfied with eating all the goats, he went out and felt very heavy in his stomach. So he lay down upon the green meadow under a tree and fell asleep. When the mother goat came home, she saw the terrible sight! The hut-door was wide open. The table, stools and benches were upside down. The wash-tub was broken into pieces and the sheets and pillows pulled off the bed. She sought her children, but could find them nowhere. She called them by name one after the other. But no one answered. At last, when she called the youngest, a little voice replied, "Here I am… dear mother, in the clock-case." She took her out and heard how the wolf had come and swallowed all the others. She wept for her poor little ones. At last she went out in all her misery and the young goat ran by her side and when she came to the meadow, there lay the wolf under the tree snoring so loud that the boughs quivered. She saw something was moving and stirring about in his body. "Oh, God!" she said, "What a strange thing! My poor children whom he has swallowed for his dinner are yet alive! So the mother goat ran home and fetched a pair of scissors and a needle and thread. Then she cut open the monster's hairy body and had scarcely made one slit, before one little goat put his head out and as she cut further, out jumped one after another, all six, still alive and without any injury… for the monster, in his eagerness, had gulped them down quite whole. The little goats hugged their dear mother and frisked about merrily. But the mother goat said, "Go and pick up at once some large stones and put them in the wolf's stomach". They put as many as they could bring and then the old mother went and looking at him in a great hurry, saw that he was still insensible and did not stir and so she sewed up the slit. When the wolf at last woke up, he raised himself upon his legs and because the stones lying in his stomach made him feel thirsty, he went to a brook in order to drink. But as he went along, rolling from side to side, the stones began to tumble about in his body and he called out, "What rattles in my stomach?" And when the wolf came to the brook he bent down to drink water and the heavy stones made him lose his balance. So he fell and sank in the water. As soon as the seven little goats saw this, they came running up, singing aloud, "The wolf is dead! The wolf is dead!" and they danced in joy around their mother by the side of the brook. MORAL : Wicked ones are always punished in the end. The Wolf and the Seven Little Goats - The Wolf and the Seven Little Goats - The Wolf and the Seven Little Goats - The Wolf and the Seven Little Goats
Июль 2018
Профиль пользователя Mustafa Hakki
Mustafa Hakki
Июнь 2018
Mert is excellent host, very helpful and friendly.
Профиль пользователя Met
Ответ от Met:
The Foolish Hare : One day a little hare sat under a fruit tree and was deeply immersed in thought. He was foolish and always took quick decisions without even giving second thoughts. One day he thought. "What will happen to me when the earth comes to an end?" At that very moment a fruit fell from the tree. Off ran the foolish hare as fast as his legs could carry him. He thought that the noise of the fruit falling to the ground was that of the earth breaking to pieces. And he ran and ran, not daring to look behind him. “Brother, Brother," called another little hare that saw him running, "please tell me what has happened!" But the little hare ran on and did not even turn to answer. But the other hare ran after him calling louder and louder, "What has happened, little brother, what has happened?" At last the little hare stopped a moment and said, "The earth is breaking to pieces!" At this the other hare started running still faster and a third hare joined them and a fourth and a fifth till a hundred thousand hares were racing through the fields. And they raced through the forest and valleys and the deer, the boars, the elks, the buffaloes, the oxen, the rhinos, the tigers, the lions and the elephants, hearing that the earth was coming to an end all ran wildly with them. But among them lived a lion that was very wise. He knew everything that took place in the world. He came to know that so many hundreds and thousands of animals were running away because they believed that the earth was breaking to pieces. He thought, "This earth of ours is far from coming to an end. But these poor creatures will die if I do not save them. In their fright they will run into the sea." And he ran at such a pace that he reached a certain mountain which lay in their path. As they passed by the mountain he roared three times so loudly that they stopped. All stood still, close to each other, trembling. The great lion descended from the mountain and approached them. "Why are you running at such a pace?" he asked. "The earth is breaking to pieces", they replied. “Who saw it breaking to pieces?" he asked. "The elephants", they replied. "Did you see it breaking?" he asked the elephants. "No. we did not see it. The lions saw it," they replied. "Did you see it?" he asked the lions. "No. the tigers saw it", they replied. Then the lion asked the tigers, “Did you see it?" "The rhinos saw it", they replied. But the rhinos said, "The elks saw it." The elks said, “The bears saw it." The bears said, "The oxen saw it." The oxen said. "The deer saw it." The deer said. "The hares saw it." And the hares said, "That little one told us that the earth was breaking." "Did you see the earth breaking?" he asked the little hare. "Yes. lord", replied the hare. "I saw it breaking." "Where were you when you saw it breaking?" he asked. With a trembling voice the little hare replied, "I was sitting beneath a fruit tree and thought, "What will happen to me when the earth comes to an end?" And at the very moment I heard the noise of the earth breaking and I ran." The wise lion thought, "He was sitting under a fruit tree. Certainly the noise he heard was that of a fruit falling to the ground." "Ride on my back, little one", he said, "and show me where you saw the earth break." The little hare jumped on to his back and the great lion flew to the place. But as they approached the fruit tree, the little hare jumped off. So frightened was he to return to the spot. And he pointed out the tree to the lion, saying, "Lord, there is the tree." The great one went to the tree and saw the spot where the little hare had been sitting and the fruit which had fallen from the tree. "Come here little one", he called. "Now where do you see the earth broken? Little hare looked around. He saw the fruit on the ground. Now he knew that there had been no reason for his fright. He jumped once again on the lion’s back and away they went to the hundreds of creatures who were awaiting their return. The lion then told the great multitude that the noise the little hare had heard was of a fruit falling to the ground. And so all turned back, the elephants to the valleys, the lions to the caves, the deer to the river banks and the little hare to the fruit tree. The little hare was foolish and brought trouble to all animals. MORAL : Being foolish is dangerous to oneself as well as to others. The Foolish Hare
Июнь 2018
Профиль пользователя Johanna
Johanna
Июнь 2018
Clean and efficient ! thank you !
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Ответ от Met:
The Six Swans : A king was once hunting in a large wood. He pursued his game so hotly that none of his courtiers could follow him. But when evening approached he stopped and looking around him perceived that he had lost himself. He sought a path out of the forest, but could not find one and presently he saw an old woman with a nodding head who came up to him. “My good woman", said he to her, "can you not show me the way out of the forest?" “Oh, yes, my lord king", she replied; "I can do that very well. But upon one condition which, if you do not fulfill, you will again get out of the wood, but will die of hunger." “What then is the condition?" asked the King. “I have a daughter", said the old woman who is as beautiful as anyone you can find in the whole world and well deserves to be your bride. Now, if you will make her your queen, I will show you your way out of the wood." In the anxiety of his heart the king consented and the old woman led him to her cottage where the daughter was sitting by the fire-place. She received the king as if she had expected him and he saw at once that she was very beautiful. But yet she did not quite please him for he would not look at her without a secret shudder. However, after he took the maiden upon his horse, the old woman showed him the way and the king arrived safely at his palace where the wedding was to be celebrated. The king had been married once before and had seven children by his first wife – six boys and a girl whom he loved above everything else in the world. He became afraid, soon, that the stepmother might not treat them very well and might even do them some great harm. So he took them away to a lonely castle which stood in the midst of a forest. This castle was so hidden and the way to it so difficult to discover that he himself could not have found it if a wise woman had not given him a ball of cotton which had a wonderful property. When he threw it before him, it unrolled itself and showed him the right path. The king however went so often to see his dear children that the queen noticed his absence became inquisitive and wished to know what he went to fetch out of the forest. So, she gave his servants a great quantity of money and they disclosed to her the secret and also told her of the ball of cotton which alone could show her the way. She would now have no peace until she discovered where this ball was concealed and then she made some fine silken shirts and as she learnt from her mother, she sewed within each one a charm. One day soon after the king had gone out hunting, she took little shirts and went into the forest and the cotton ball showed her the path. The children seeing someone coming in the distance thought it was their dear father and ran out towards her full of joy. Then she threw over each of them a shirt which as it touched their bodies changed them to swans and they flew over the forest. The Queen then went home quite contented and thought she was free of her stepchildren but the little girl had not met her with the brothers and the Queen did not know of her. The following day the king went to visit his children. But he found only the little girl. “Where are your brothers?" he asked. “Ah, dear father," she replied, "they have gone away and left me alone", and she told him how she had looked out of the window and seen them changed into swans which had flown over the forest and then she showed him the leathers which they had dropped in the courtyard and which she had collected together. The king was much grieved. But he did not think that his wife could have done this wicked deed and as he feared his only daughter might also be stolen away, he took her with him. She was however so much afraid of the stepmother that she begged him not to stop more than one night in the castle. However, the king comforted her and made her stay with him since he did not want to part her again. In spite of the king's presence and without his knowledge, her stepmother did not spare any opportunity to torment her. Years passed and the little girl grew into a beautiful maiden but still her pains continued. The poor maiden thought, to herself, "This is no longer my place. I will go and seek my brothers." And one night she escaped and went quite deep into the wood. She walked all night long and a great part of the next day until she could go no further due to weariness. Just then she saw a rude hut and walking in she found a room with six little beds. But she dared not got into one but crept under and lying upon the hard earth, prepared to pass the night there. Just as the sun was setting, she heard a rustling and saw six white swans come flying in at the window. They settled on the ground and began blowing one another until they had blown all their feathers off and their swan's down stripped off like a shirt. Then the girl knew them at once for her brothers and gladly crept out from under the bed and the brothers were no less glad to see their sister. But their joy was of short duration. "Here you must not stay," said they to her, "This is a robbers' hiding-place. If they return and find you here, they will murder you." "Can you not protect me, then?" inquired the sister. "No", they replied…"for we can only lay aside our swan's feathers for a quarter of an hour each evening and in that time we regain our human form. But afterwards we regain our changed appearance.' Their sister then asked them with tears, "Can you not be restored again?" "Oh, no,' they replied, "The conditions are too difficult. For six long years you must neither speak nor laugh and during that time you must sew together for us six little shirts of star-flowers and should there fall a single word from your lips, then all your labour will be in vain." Just as the brothers finished speaking, the quarter of an hour elapsed and they all flew out of the window again like swans. The little sister, however, made a solemn resolution to rescue her brothers or die in the attempt and she left the cottage and penetrating deep into the forest, passed the night amid the branches of a tree. The next morning she went out and collected the star-flowers to sew together. She had no one to converse with and for laughing she had no spirits, so there, up on the tree she sat, intent upon her work. After she had passed some time there, it happened that the king of another country was hunting and his huntsmen came beneath the tree on which the girl sat. They called to her and asked, “Who are you?" But she gave no answer. “Come down to us", they continued,"We will not do you any harm." She simply shook her head and when they pressed her further with questions, she threw down to them her gold necklace, hoping therewith to satisfy them. They did not, however, leave her and she throw down her girdle, but in vain and even her rich dress did not make them desist. At last one hunter climbed the tree and brought down the girl and took her before the king. The king asked her, "Who are you? Why were you sitting on top of the tree?" But she did not answer and then he asked her in all the languages that he knew. But she remained dumb to all as a fish. However, since she was so beautiful, the king's heart was touched and he conceived for her a strong affection. Then he put around her his cloak and placing her before him on his horse, took her to his castle. There he ordered rich clothing to be made for her and although her beauty shone as the sunbeams, not a word came off her mouth. The king placed her by his side at table. There her dignified mien and manners so won upon him that he said, "This girl will I marry and no other in the world" and after some days he was united in her. Now, the king had a wicked stepmother who was discontented with his marriage. She spoke ill of the young queen. "Who knows when this girl would bring ill luck?" said she, "She who cannot speak is not worthy to be a queen." A year after when the queen brought her first-born into the world, the old woman took him away. Then she went to the king and complained that the queen was a murderess and that she had killed the baby born to her. The king, however, would not believe it and allowed no one to do any injury to his wife who sat composedly sewing shirts and paying attention to nothing else. When the second child was born, the false stepmother used the same deceit, but the king again would not listen to her words, but said, "She is too pious and good to act so. Could she but speak and defend herself. Her innocence would come to light." But again, the third time, the old woman stole away the child and then accused the queen that she had killed all the three babies born to her. The queen answered not a word to the accusation. Hence the king was obliged to give her up to be tried and she was condemned to suffer death by fire. When the time had elapsed and the sentence was to be carried out, it so happened that the very day had come round when her dear brothers should be made free. The six shirts were also ready all but the last, which yet wanted the left sleeve. As she was led to the scaffold, she placed the shirts upon her arm and just as she had mounted it and the fire was about to be kindled, she looked around and saw six swans come flying through the air. Her heart leapt for joy as she perceived her deliverers approaching and soon the swans flying towards her alighted so near that she was enabled to throw over them the shirts and as soon as she had done so their feathers fell off and the brothers stood up alive and well. But the youngest wanted his left arm, instead of which he had a swan's wing. They embraced and kissed each other and the queen going to the king who was thunderstruck, began to say, "Now may I speak, my dear husband and prove to you that I am innocent and falsely accused." Then she told him how the wicked woman had stolen away and hidden her three children. When she had concluded, the king was overcome with joy and the wicked stepmother was led to the scaffold and bound to the stake and burnt to ashes. The king and the queen forever after lived in peace and prosperity with the six brothers. MORAL : God will reward the good ones and punish the wicked people. The Six Swans - The Six Swans - The Six Swans - The Six Swans - The Six Swans - The Six Swans - The Six Swans - The Six Swans - The Six Swans - The Six Swans - The Six Swans
Июнь 2018
Профиль пользователя Versus International Education
Versus International Education
Май 2018
Probably the best in town! Cleaner than i expected, the most cleanest house i have ever stayed! All 5 stars!
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Май 2018

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