Hotel Esya

Address: \tIskele Mah. Inonu Cad. No 55, Anamur, Icel, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on \tIskele Mah. Inonu Cad. No 55, Anamur.
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    Travel Blogs from Anamur

    Tarsus (Acts 9:11, 30; 11:25; 21:39; 22:3)

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 31, 2014

    10 photos

    ... g., Jesus of Nazareth, Simon of Cyrene, Joseph of Arimathea, etc. The hometown carried a social status with it and was often used to distinguish certain people from other people with the same name. Furthermore, the city surname also served as a signal for social prestige in some instances.

    After Paul encountered the Lord Jesus and became his follower and disciple, he entered into Jerusalem and preached the name of Jesus boldly and debated with ...

    Ruins and Roads (1908km)

    A travel blog entry by cflove on May 14, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... tourists of the day, we did see a car pull up as we left, but years ago there had been many tourists, even coaches, but now very few people came... we felt rather sorry and wondered why since it was a very interesting site. I suppose it took too long to reach it, 45 mins I guess, from a busy tour schedule - too many km and after all there are shops to visit...

    On the drive to the Roman city we went on the scenic route through ...

    A room with a view (1680km)

    A travel blog entry by cflove on May 14, 2014

    6 photos

    We left Cappadocia and headed south and soon were climbing into the mountains, highest point of the road was 1500m. I took a shot through the windscreen, for the impression, but they were really spectacular and snow-capped. The Turkish toll roads are also really really good, almost no traffic and beautifully smooth. So much so that we were clearly going to hit the Mediterranean coast by early afternoon if we kept going at this pace so ...

    Two Very Different Ruins

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 13, 2014

    31 photos

    ... host, found a hotel quickly.and settled in. We looked around, as we settled in for our usual round of cards, and realized we were in a downtrodden dive. Oh well, its just for one night. Next time, we won't be so rash.

    At dinner in a tiny local cafe, a dapper older gent explained that the greenhouse phenomenon is recent, within the last five or seven years. It eliminates the risks associated with weather.


    A travel blog entry by rob-lowe on Dec 14, 2012

    24 photos

    ... Every-night, without fail I sat amongst locals and gratefully stuffed down tasty food, a glass of cay repeatedly topped up by the youngest member. When I stopped in towns a crowd of curious Turks would surround Allan and I as I awkwardly chewed on bread, squeezing a tyre or thigh to see if we were up to the job. People were amazed at my blue eyes and would stare at me from inches away and then call a friend over to have a look. I didn't enjoy ...