Dedeman Konya Hotel & Convention Center
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Left Alanya in the rain this morning and headed over the mountains inland. It soon changed to sleet and then snow. At the top of the pass it had been snowing hard all night and the mountains, and the road, were all white. It soon disappeared though when we came down onto the high plateau that is Cappadocia. We stopped in Konya, ...
... of Lycaonia (14:5-6).
A community of believers began to grow in Iconium and it is likely that the believers in Iconium frequented the churches in the region of Lycaonia (such as Lystra and Derbe). Gauis, a devout believer, and a disciple, who would journey with Paul later during his third missionary tour, was commended by the believers of Lystra and Iconium (Acts 16:2). Thus, the churches must have intermingled or Gaius traveled to Iconium on several occasions to ...
... per day, so classes run from 7.30 to 6pm. Yesterday I was interviewed by some students as part of an English assignment. Fun. All schools and universities are free and the government is trying to increase the number of young people going to uni.
Today I totally confused the hotel by asking for soy milk. I then described it as juice from beans. The look on the waiter's face was priceless.
Iyi gunler......have a nice ...
... 1 million visitors here are Muslim Turks! A lot of them think of 'Mevlana' as understanding and teaching the deeper soulful spiritual meaning of Islam... I like that. Works for me...it is all soulful to me. I am thrilled to come back on Sat for The Whirling Dervish Ceremony. The Mevlevi worship ceremony...or: Sema is the ritual dance representing the union with God. The ...
... information – about the chipped stone industry on site, or the types of animals they ate, or the type of plants that were present (and some were farmed) at the time. These will all play into the overall picture to understand the site. This is one of the earliest farming sites in the world and will tell an important part of the story of human development, not just for Turkey, but for the world!
So, the other ...