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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... ready by 5:45 with bag ready to throw out when we returned. We were all a little subdued compared to yesterday and were not that worried when the news came through no flights today. So back to sleep for an hour! And first catch up with husband of 35 years!! Kate gives Bach addition big tick of approval. Out the door at 9 and first stop was a 200 year old seramik factory. Crickey. Spent a little too much and then decided to spend some more (to ...
... but it absolutely poured down as we neared Konya with huge hailstones.
Once we got to the hotel only 5 of us were interested in then going to see the Melevin Mosque and Museum so we caught a taxi there. This is where the father of the Whirling Dervishes is entombed and the museum has the history of this sect. Because we spent so long at the shop this morning and the storm slowed us down on the highway we were late into town so had to really rush through the Museum ...
... poorly, we have also had to move rooms twice because the hotel were so full and the kind manager realised we couldn't leave after two days. So we feel we have got to know the hotel and staff really well. They are all delightful and we are sad to say goodbye. One of the younger members of the bar/restaurant staff turns out to be a chess fanatic... Guy plays two quick games with him before we set off! We get on the road to Konya in the morning ...
... was the speaker for the pair of them, it would only be natural that the people of Lystra would assume Barnabas was the greater god, Zeus, and subsequently associate Paul with the lesser god Hermes.
However, why did the people think that Barnabas and Paul were specifically Zeus and Hermes? Why not another familiar pair of ancient gods? As explained above, there was a local legend about Zeus and Hermes performing miracles in the area and they were looked at as ...
... and meeting lots of new friends. As with last year, most of the students and professionals are from the UK and Australia, with a smattering of other nationalities mixed in. Strangely, there are always one or two other Canadians – this year it’s a lively, fun girl named Laura who is doing her Masters in Archaeology at Liverpool – the exact same degree that I finished 2 years ago!