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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... possible interpretive solutions to for this passage but none of them satisfactorily answer the question of why Paul chooses to use these parallels and contrasts. The conundrum in interpreting this passage is that it appears Paul's argument is composed of self-evident corollaries for which his audience did not require an extensive explanation (or really none at all).
Paul parallels beginning in verse 22 are divided into two halves and ...
Today we had our weekly trip, we normally have it on a friday but tomorrow is a national holiday (victory day) so we have a day off. We went to the old part of the city called Ulus, where the castle and the permanent pazar is. The castle was at the highest point in ankara so we got to the top by bus, however we had to climb a lot of stairs. I've been overly exhausted today because yesterday I started to ...
... us all the way home. They kept edging in for a whiff of my baklava bag. We have seen dogs eat ice cream cones, spitting out the cone at the end. They will eat bakery items, potatoes, bread...apparently there is nothing they will turn down. So I began to walk with my sweets on top of my head- no one gets between me and my baklava. Some Turkish language lessons from Aykut: thank you - teshekir edirim - remember it with" ...
... ride over curbs. We found a hotel at a price that we felt was right but to call it basic is selling it short. It’s cruder than a kick to the bollocks, the toilet is a hole and doesn’t have paper of any kind. You’re expected to simply remove the leftovers with your hand and wash it off. The room is a bos with crumbling walls and a single socket that’s been nailed to a plank of wood. Conditions are expected to get far worse from here but then that’s why ...
... in trepidation, but everything is still there. Our genial driver unbinds the luggage and in gratitude we pay him 20 lire (US$ 12) instead of the 15 he had originally asked.
The bus station is huge. It reminds me of the bus station at Buenos Aires (see our 2005 visit to Argentina).
“Wherever do we start? There must be a hundred bus companies here.”
More by luck than judgment we find ourselves in ...