Dundar Thermal Villas
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of the city and look back at the sprawling mass below... and then we're straight into the bare scrub of the mountainous country beyond. We have such a lovely journey... it was a day when everyone waved at us. Little boys on the side of the road, old men outside their houses and everyone seemed happy. Perhaps because it's Friday, which is the weekend here. The hills are stunning and we drive through spectacular ...
Well we have had 5 lovely days at Tepe camp site,5 Klms above Pamukkale ,and met some lovely people, Gabby and Simon a English couple who had travelled from England by car, some lovely Turkish people, one German couple who had converted a old army wagon into a Macho Campervan,and lastly a fellow biker from Germany,Niko,who was travelling to Georgia. We got up just ...
... church has no direct affiliation with the apostle and its construction is dated to the 3rd century A.D. But, nevertheless, it is an impressive structure that relates to the development of the early church in the city.
However, the earliest evidence for the presence of a Christian community in Antioch is no earlier than the beginning of the 4th century. When Valerius Diogenes was governor of Pisidia in the early 4th century, he persecuted Christians heavily. But by ...
Aye, young? We wish. Ah well.
Today was really only ever going to be about covering miles. The next big must do for us is to see the rock formations at Cappadoccia which is over 600 miles from Canakkale. The distances maybe don't look much on a small computer screen but this is a huge country.
Heading south we were often looking out over the Aegean Sea until we got to Egremit where we turned inland. It will be ...
... we found our starting point. The weather was a little sketchy at the beginning and we ducked into an old stone church. Narthexes quickly became the topic on conversation and we later named a passing turtle Narthex. A delightful word not oft used.
At the end of the day we had all had a great hike with lovely views and a fish dinner by our hosts. Who could ask for more?