Ankara Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... lunch destination which was a road side Turkish 'Pide' place, (Pide is like a thin bread or dough with cooked mince meat and spice usually topping it), lunch was very nice and I then called my host father asking if 2 of my exchange student friends could stay at my host home in Ankara. We then got back onto the bus and drove onto Ankara which would end our tour, a sad time for all especially for some as was the last time ...
... of Galatia. This context is vital to the proper interpretation of the passage because of the high context environment of Paul's audience. Both rhetorical criticism and epistolary criticism show the necessity of the importance of incorporating the Greco-Roman context of the audience and using it to help form a basis for the interpretation of Gal 4:21-5:1. The Greco-Roman context that is purported as missing in most theological interpretations of ...
I got the keys for my flat today! Excitements! I'll move in on the 1st September. Anyone who wants my address email or facebook me, I'm not putting it on here in case any weirdos find it. Anyways there was another huge rally in the city centre and the organisers are this group called R4BIA which means 'four' in arabic and their logo is a hand holding up four fingers. They ...
... cucumber, walnuts, dried apricot & fig, fresh orange juice and a nice milky coffee like your Nan used to make. It's all rather pleasant and a good start to the day. It's just me and the bloke - all the other guests are still asleep.
It's the same bloke that checks me out and asks if I've had anything from the minibar. Only a bottle of water. "We'll give you that on the house" he replies and tells me to wait in the entrance hall of this merchant's house (which I'm ...
... across the square, and the blue lights from a bridge could be seen. After a while, a gentleman came to take our orders. When I asked for tea with milk, he said "No milk." I replied "Yes, milk." And my tea came with milk and a smile. On the return to the hotel, we took a pedestrian bridge, which swayed as we crossed. I hadn't realized it was a swinging bridge until that moment. Several dogs picked us up on the other side, ...