Grand Ontur Hotel Iskenderun
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... streets were organized in a grid pattern (called a Hippodamian road system), the streets were colonnaded, and main street ran through the city and was approximately 2 miles long. The Church of St. Peter, which resides at the base of Mt. Staurin adjacent to Mt. Silpius, is built below natural caves and rock carvings from the time of the ancient city. The site is traditionally said to be the meeting place of Peter and the first disciples in Antioch. It is confirmed that ...
... from an obscure area of the bus station as opposed to the area where all the buses arrive and depart. I waited and waited for my bus which had of course already departed from a different area and when I noticed in the distance a bus zooming down the road with the logo of the bus company I went back to the ticket counter to enquire. There's nothing worse than yelling at someone when you know you're not being understood. However, I think he understood my hand ...
... 100SL and happily hand it over to him.
Into Turkey and after weeks of kindness and helpfulness I catch two immigration officers on a bad day.
"Go to the other office" she mutters to me.
"OK". I go.
"Turkiye?" I'm asked.
"Do I look bleedin' Turkish?" I think but politely say "No".
I'm sent back to the first office. Grudgingly she processes me and sends me to a third office. I hand in my documents after waiting for no good reason. ...
... minute we spended it in turkey
we arrive Iskenderun there are very few people spoke arbic there ... just some young men who were working in arbic country for few years
the city is huge ... with a wendy weather .... we spended the night in the ...
... as proof that we were the same age and I was a little surprised to learn he was a Police officer.
Tired and precariously with more than just a little help I checked into a five-euro-a-night hotel, left my bike and bags in the jet-wash lock-up and arranged to have breakfast at 8 a.m with the car-cleaning crew.
Breakfast was first-class; cucumber, tomatoes, onions, olives, cheese, more cheese, another type of cheese, ...