Crowne Plaza Hotel Ankara
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... beer. Going by what appeared to be a concrete complex of a city, no love was lost on lack of an opportunity for its exploration (E: though, given our guide's level of engagement, who knows?!?). An early start ensued on Tuesday prior to us boarding the Tranasya Express to Tehran-little did we know what lay ahead.....
E: A clement morning involved going a-foraging for breakfast (fresh rich orange juice to counter dry simit) ...
... as explanations he assumes will be self-evident to his audience? As Elliott proposes (and as I am persuaded as well), in the context of the Anatolian Mother Goddess cult following in Galatia, we find many answers that help explain Paul's argument and why he has structured his argument in such a way in the passage.
The details of my study are still ongoing and this post is not the place to begin a technical explanation of biblical interpretation. ...
... center! BMW'er, a special species…. In the Kawasaki center they order tires for me and also the rear sprocket. On Saturday, everything should be there.
On Saturday around noon I go back to Kawasaki Centre in order to change the tires. I want a precaution do everything myself, but realize that the mechanics are really good and help me in mounting (not like the semi-idiots in Samsun). When I check the sprocket, ...
... hotel. It's a bit of a dump when I walk the "streets". Derelict houses, manky cats, unmade roads, rubbish strewn about, shops selling weathered postcards that look about as old as the citadel. It's like some sort of bombed out Balkan village you used to see on the news. Find the entrance to one of the fortresses in the city wall. Plenty of women selling their wares and crocheting handbags and other female stuff. Steep stone steps up onto the fortress walls and I steer clear of ...
... a ceremony and hundreds of the armed forces were there. You can see in the photos four figures standing on the edge. They stood so still that you thought they were statues and then they all marched off doing goose step marching. There were only 8 of them but the noise was amazing it must have been scary when the Germans were in a large group marching towards you. We then went to Haci Bektas to visit the tomb of Moslem Sufi. The countryside changes with every bend in the ...