Dedeman Konya Hotel & Convention Center
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... a hundred times, come." (Replace Infidel etc with whatever religious group you please!) Today, I shuffled past Rumi's sarcophagus with hundreds of Moslem Women in the Mevlana Museum. Their devotion and faith moved me...and then tonight we watched the whirling dervishes...not whipped into a frenzy as I had imagined, but in ...
... and the surrounding area are on display in the Konya Archaeological Museum. Among the most impressive are several marble sarcophagi from the 3rd century A.D. with beautiful ornate scenes carved into the sides. The most famous is the Hercules sarcophagus (named for the scenes of Hercules carved on all four sides). But closely impressive are the several Sidamara sarcophagi (also from the 3rd century A.D.).
After they got attacked by ...
... Barnabas and Paul did not stick around Lystra very long. They departed the following day for Derbe, another city in the region of Lycaonia.
Paul also mentions these harsh experiences of persecution in 2 Tim 3:11. What is interesting is that when Barnabas and Paul finished preaching at Derbe, they retraced their steps back through Lystra, Iconium, and Antioch (places where they had all experienced suffering for the sake of the gospel). At each place Paul ...
... now headed to Konya. It would be very easy to spend a lot more time in this area of Turkey. It is spectacular.
By the way, weather remains great- sunny, cool in the mornings but low 60s by mid-day. Also there are absolutely no bugs to contend with. We are happy campers.
In the category of "nothing is ever new "department we just stopped at the "original Holiday Inn"-a waypoint along the Silk Road where caravans spent the night to avoid bandits. These ...
... a gorgeous harbour looking over the amazing blue waters of the Med. It was especially great because everyone was in a happy mood with the end of Ramadan. Several times, shopkeepers or restaurant owners brought free sweets, baklava or Turkish delight, to our table, so we could celebrate with them!
The city was in a fantastic, relaxed and happy mood. It helped that the weather was brilliant – blue skies, temperatures in the high ...