Kilikya Hotel

Address: Akdeniz Mah. Alikiya Cad. No:27, Kizkalesi, Hatay Province, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Akdeniz Mah. Alikiya Cad. No:27, Kizkalesi, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Kizkalesi

Antioch of Syria (Acts 11:19-30; 13:1-3)

A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 01, 2014

10 photos

... pagans] call them Christians. The author or origin of this denomination, Christus, had, in the reign of Tiberius been executed by the procurator, Pontius Pilate” (Annal. 15.44).

After preaching in Antioch and have great results with the movement of the gospel, Barnabas and Paul decided to leave Antioch to bring a disaster relief gift to the disciples in Jerusalem because one of the disciples from Jerusalem named Agabus prophesied by the Spirit ...

The kebab trail - Antalya to Antakia

A travel blog entry by waynedale on Apr 24, 2011

1 photo

... and I grabbed a packet of biscuits, not knowing if it would end up being my lunch because I still couldn't work out which of these stops allowed time to eat and use the toilet or if it was just to let people off the bus. I almost missed the bus at the first stop by going to the toilet and when I came back the bus was pulling out of the station. Any way, these biscuits which are called Tuktu are amazing! I thought to myself, "if I were Turkish I would travel with ...

Antakya a.k.a Antioch

A travel blog entry by desequerah on Oct 21, 2009

1 comment, 9 photos

... 305;nto the sıde of Mount Staurin and had an altar at the end. It had a hıgh ceılıng but theres nothıng much else to look at. It was worth vısıtıng but I thınk chargıng 8 Lıra ıs too much. It took me only 5 mınutes just look around.

I then walked back to the town centre and found a money exchanger to change my Turkısh lıra to Syrıan pounds. Had some lunch (only 4 ...

St. Simeon Monastery

A travel blog entry by mawakefi on Oct 05, 2009

1 comment, 3 photos

... were called Stylites (style means pillar in Greek). His remains are buried in Antakya, and a vast church was built on the site of his pillar outside of Aleppo, Syria, but this small monastery in Samandağ was built to accommodate the many monks who followed in his footsteps.

Like the Church of St Simeon in Aleppo, the monastery at Samandağ had a four-points-radiating-out-in-cardinal-d irections design. Three of ...

From Nigde to Antakya

A travel blog entry by oldrover on Apr 10, 2008

... so I haven't been running into every post office I pass).

Back to the story. South from Niğde is a rolling plain, mostly rather barren, but with fruit orchards thinning out as you move away from Niğde. After a while the Taurus Mountains loom up. The craggy tops were just clipped from sight by clouds, but the rough texture was evident by the canyons of snow. Then, just as you approach the base of the mountains, the road descends into a deep valley and works its ...