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... past four days (with some editing, of course!). Our little hotel in Uchisar is called Rocky Castle (Taskonaklar) which is exactly what it is. The staff are kind and friendly as well as helpful... it's like being part of a big Turkish family. Despite being in bed for a lot of the first day, Hilli is able to get up and sit out on the terrace for a bit and look down over Pigeon Valley. The unique rock formations known as fairy chimneys ...
I'm splitting our adventures today into two entries, as I want the map to represent the route we took. After an early morning breakfast, we started driving through the coast. Our initial objective was the city of Konya, but we stopped in a caravansary along the way. There are hundreds of caravansaries throughout Turkey. They were used between 1000 and 1300 AD as a place where ...
... near the tel in 1885. The Latin inscription reads:
DIV. VM. AVG. COL. IVL. FELIX. GEMINA. LVSTRA. CONSECRAVIT. D.D.Divum Aug(ustum) Col(onia) Iul(ia) Felix Gemina Lustra consecravit d(ecreto) d(ecurionum)
The inscription uses the full formal name of the city Colonia Iulia Felix Germina Lustra (“The Colony of Julia Felix Germina Lystra”)
Also near the tel of Zoldera Höyük, two other inscriptions were discovered in 1909. They confirm ...
... The Mevlana Museum is one of Turkey's premier museums. We saw many interesting relics in the well-curated displays and learned a lot about this fascinating, sometimes controversial order of Islam that became closely linked with the Ottoman sultans.
We next wandered through Konya's bazaar, which was notable for how non-touristy it felt. We walked for several blocks through what we referred to as the "Home Depot district", a series of shops selling sinks and ...
... off your shoes to walk on it to protect the surface.
It was different. Some places a little slippery but not too ******* the feet. It was strange how some of the water was still very warm but in other places it was icy cold.
Pamukkale means "cotton castle" in Turkish.
Beneath the plateau are these natural terraces and pools of gleaming white calcium precipitated from the cooling mineral water.