- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Lystra, one might think that the identification of Barnabas and Paul as Zeus and Hermes would make more sense the other way around, that Paul would be Zeus and Barnabas would be Hermes. But in ancient mythology (Greek and Roman), the lesser god was the messenger and therefore did the speaking for the greater god. Hermes was a god of lesser status than Zeus and actually plays the role of being Zeus' messenger who carries and delivers his decrees to humans and other gods. ...
... next one...and then the next one....and so forth. I was confounded that they ALL had no cars to rent for several days. Along this stretch of main street, there were 15-20 car rental businesses side-by-side to each other for 2-3 blocks straight....NO JOKE! Talk about trying to beat out your competition....lol. Maybe they were thinking of just setting up shop next to another company and then just advertise with a bigger banner. But apparently there was more than ...
... to make the prayer call. Because of this we had to have a very early tea 6.30, so it was the earliest and fastest meal we have had lol.
Daz and I left our group and walked the streets for a couple of hours as all we seem to do is sit n the bus...and eat and drink! It wa really fascinating to watch the restaurant all set up with set menus and plates covered in glad wrap waiting at tables and people coming to sit and wait ...
Today we left around 8 am and we went to an underground city. It is known as the Saratli Kirkoz Underground City. It began millions of years ago with the activation of Erciyei, Hason and Melendiz volcanic mountains. As the region was shrouded under lava and ash solid rock layers were formed with the cooling down of the lava. The people who inhabited the area 1st discovered the soft rocks and built the underground. City by carving into ...
... with it to my left, or its eastern side. The road took me initially round the bottom of it where I was at the same elevation as the lake but once on the eastern side I was high above it and had a spectacular view across to the other side. I like travelling like this. When I'm just visiting natural sites there is not a lot of study to do about the history of human settlements there. I don't have to do any reading. I ...