Hotel Guney

Istikial Cad. 24, Antakya, Hatay, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Antakya

One! Two! Five!

A travel blog entry by ssfahring

24

... Due to an earthquake much of the fall was damaged, but they have artificially created a 'waterfall style' area. Many chairs and tables have been placed into a stream with crates for you to prop you feel up on. It looks wonderful for an extremely hot summer day. They also catch trout and serve them in the restaurants. It's obviously created for the ridiculously hot summers. It also has the perfect combination for a Turkish ...

The Swingin' City

A travel blog entry by rafael.ali.420

3

... for Malik. "No better place," he muttered again. The man's eye landed on a small golden sculpture, a pegasus it was. He picked it up and placed it in my hand. "This'll do," he told me. I nodded, "Oh I'm sure it will." Exiting the door I spoke again, "I'll be back tomorrow!" "A man with gold is a man with the gods," said Aurelius. I muttered to myself
"And a man with catchphrases is a man who needs to learn to shut the-"
"What did you say?"
"Nothing."

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The kebab trail - Antalya to Antakia

A travel blog entry by waynedale

1

... and give them away as a souvenir like Australians do with Tim Tams. I think they're filled with Nutella, but I'm not sure. Shortly after handing out the snacks, the steward asked if anyone wanted a bag. I put my hand up, thinking it was for rubbish. No. It was a sick bag. Minutes later I found out why. The rest of the trip was treacherous as the bus wound its way around cliffs where the road would suddenly disappear and give way to drops of hundreds of meters. Of ...

Antakya a.k.a Antioch

A travel blog entry by desequerah

1
9

... much ıs left ın Antakya that relates to that perıod. The Orontes rıver whıch played a bıg part ın that saga ıs now just a mere canal. One exceptıon was the Iron Gate. It was one of the gates of the old Antıoch walls durıng the crusader perıod and accordıng to the book ıt ıs stıll ıntact today. Sınce ıts mentıoned promınently ın the book I thought ...

MEDITERRANIAN SEA, TOMBS AND TUNNELS

A travel blog entry by dancejill

5

... route the water to the sea to prevent flooding. It was quite beautiful, warm and we had the place to ourselves to explore. There is a bridge made over the river/tunnel we knew was old, maybe 2,000 years old! Len insists we have a kiss on the bridge, I just want to get over and off of it fast. We left and ate at a restaurant just outside the main entrance. We saw a group of school kids going in this afternoon. Perfect timing on ...

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This hotel, located on Istikial Cad. 24, Antakya, is near Hatay Muzesi and St Pierre Kilisesi.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good