Hotel Guney

Address: Istikial Cad. 24, Antakya, Hatay, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Istikial Cad. 24, Antakya, is near Hatay Muzesi and St Pierre Kilisesi.
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    Friends around the world

    A travel blog entry by heeneystravels on Jul 12, 2015

    2 photos

    ... Oops! We finally made it to the waterfall which was really beautiful! I'm not sure what I expected, but it was a little smaller than I had anticipated. The interesting thing is, they have built so much around it like shops and restaurants that you can't really see the full scope at one time. Apparently there was a time when you could but not anymore. We did eat at one of the restaurants, though, that was right at the waterfall, In fact, some ...

    Seleucia (Acts 13:4)

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 01, 2014

    12 photos

    ... around the city). Some of the ancient market gate and part of two lookout towers remain. On the slopes to the upper city, rock houses can be seen and the Roman aqueduct that supplied the city with water.
    The main archaeological feature is the great tunnels of Vespasian and Titus. The tunnel was built because when it rained surges of water would come streaming down the mountain slopes from rain and caused problems for the inhabitants of the city, i.e., like washing ...

    Followers Began Being Called Christians Here

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 15, 2014

    39 photos

    ... to any meal, the delicate flavor lingering long after the meal.

    Father Domenic Had Room for Us

    We found our way back to the church. It is located in the former Jewish section of town. It doesn't resemble a church at all. We entered through the large wooden door now ajar and found ourselves in lovely courtyard with orange, lemon and grapefruit trees laden with fruit. ...

    The craziest couple of days so far...yıke

    A travel blog entry by becjones83 on Jan 02, 2011

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... my guns and explained what he had done and that he said Antakya over and over and that I wasn't going to pay him at all. Especially as we were now stuck without any transport to get us across the 10 k border...  The fight went on for quite a while and I asked the taxi driver to leave and Leah did the same. He wanted some money and the English speaking guy was trying to mediate between us. In the end I gave him 200 pounds ($4) and he came right up ...

    Border town

    A travel blog entry by jimmymacfad on Oct 30, 2009

    ... and the fuel goes into tanks from 5 litre plastic bottles. Tourists scurry around sheepishly a little worried by the whole black market activity and the rip-off taxis which they must take to the Syrian border or have just taken back from the Syrian border.

    For tourists arriving from Istanbul on luxury coaches it must be a bit of a culture shock, Istanbul is a very much a European city with overtures of the Middle East. The Turks in Istanbul ...