Adana Hilton Sa

Address: Sinanpasa Mah Haci Sabanci Bul., Adana, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, 01220, Turkey | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Sinanpasa Mah Haci Sabanci Bul., Adana.
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    Travel Blogs from Adana

    Days That Wane

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 02, 2014

    2 photos

    ... your hands in arms just yet...hear me out).

    One life in the world is like one drop in the ocean; if there were no drops there would be no ocean. But every drop rises and falls the same with the tide, every drop flows where the current takes it, and every drop rolls as the waves carry it. Like fingers curling to grip the shore, the waves break and dash the drops against the rocks along before being drawn back in to the depths. Each drop is part of a surging wave, ...

    Tarsus (Acts 9:11, 30; 11:25; 21:39; 22:3)

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 31, 2014

    10 photos

    ... Act 2/5, Scene 2/2).

    Under the rule of the Romans, Tarsus continued to gain favor as a metropolitan city of grandeur. It is only natural with such prestige that Tarsus continue to be the capital of the region of Cilicia from where Roman governors would reside and administrate the affairs of the empire. Tarsus had built quite a name and reputation under the hand of Rome and it prospered and flourished well into the 3rd century A.D. Even Strabo (the ...

    Turkey by Tenere: Day 5

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Apr 22, 2014

    12 photos

    ... right as you finally pass the truck. It's fun feeling the bike fight you but having control over it.

    Anyway, back to creeping along the country back roads of Turkey at a fifth of the speed. It started out kind of fun, but soon I was soaked through and a bit disappointed at times that I was missing all the nice scenery for having to focus so ******* the road. I had a couple of nice encounters with locals who helped me shelter ...

    Not quite Turkish Delight

    A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Aug 05, 2013

    25 photos

    ... Jones. Armed guards stand on pedestals one hand behind their back resting on their bayonnets just in case any Japanese tourists decide to get leary. A local family have photos of their three children with one guard. The youngest is crawling all over the pedestal and the guard's legs and handling the rifle (alarmingly close to the trigger) but the guard remains static. They depart. Look back to see the guard heave a huge sigh of relief and we give each other ...

    Where is the truck and driver

    A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jul 09, 2012


    ... Not a tourist town so not alot to see. A BIG mosque, a Roman stone bridge and not much else. But seen them, walked the riverbank, bit of the market thats open and rested. Street food really cheap so fattening up.
    Not alot of English spoken so a bit harder to get around. Managing though as it's all pretty tame after Africa. The price is the price. There is no need to bargain and they don't seem to want to take advantage of you and overcharge.