Ottoman Palace Antakya
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... probably thinking was are crazy, but I promise this guy was not dangerous. He was an old man. Once we got to the hotel we offered to buy him tea, but he had to be on his way. If that doesn't prove that Turkish people are nice, I don't know what would!
Part of the reason traffic was so crazy was that Ramadan is going on right now which is the time when Muslims fast from sun up to sun down. Once the sun goes down it is like a party in ...
... ancient rock cut tombs can be seen as well.
BRINGING THE GOSPEL OF PEACE TO THE NATIONS OF THE WORLD...
Seleucia is only explicitly mentioned once in Scripture when Barnabas and Paul depart for Cypru on the first Christian missionary journey: “So, being sent out by the Holy Spirit, they went down to Seleucia, and from there they sailed to Cyprus” (Acts 13:4). It is absolutely most probable that anytime Paul or other believers ...
... We visited the Archaeological Museum, the bazaar, and old town
After yogurt and filtered French coffee (I just love our little filter) we made our way to the Archaeological Museum, for what has one of the world's finest collections of ...
... showed us around, and is hopefully going to help us find accommodation this evening. We're spending 10 days or so here to arrange it, then a couple of days in Istanbul, before flying back to England on the 17th.
See you then! Thanks for reading : )
And here's some more from Martin;
So a little summary of our trip:
We cycled 3386 miles or 5418km, through 5 countries (England, France, Italy, Greece ...
... We had to drive through Tripoli to get to Beirut and there is such a marked difference between the two major cities of the country. There are two tunnels between the two cities, with the first being about 15km south of Tripoli. This first tunnel marked the point where the Christians defended their territory against the Muslims during the war. Interesting!
A good friend of mine, Antoine from underwater hockey in the UK, offered that we stay with ...