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, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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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

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... 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

... on tv seemıngly to speak to someone on the lıne and wıth the telephone numbers beıng flashed ın the foreground). I was pretty shocked that they have the dıfferent numbers to call for countrıes lıke UAE, Saudı Arabıa, Syrıa and the lıke. After settlıng ın I decıded to look for an ınternet cafe to fınısh up my Urfa blog.

Harbıye ıs actually a pleasant ...

Crossing Syrian/Turkish border:why can't it be eas

A travel blog entry by willa_andrew on May 03, 2009

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... with) and that a taxi would take us to Antakya for nearly twice the bus fare. We were caught in the same boat with 2 Japanese girls and a deaf Japanese guy who were also seeking passage into Turkey via Antakya. Communication was interesting between the group. The girls spoke somewhat meager English while the boy wrote all of his Q&A on a pad of paper in Japanese to the ...

You Say Antakya, I Say Antioch

A travel blog entry by oldrover on Apr 11, 2008

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... through some working class area. I do a lot of walking through dismal surroundings. And Turkey, unfortunately, offers plenty of them. Turkish towns, on the whole, are just not very visually appealing. Except for the geographical surroundings--which can be quite varied and beautiful--the man-made Turkish town or city following the Ottoman period, is just plain uniform and dismal. It is almost, "once you've seen one, you've seen them all." This may change as I head east. I'm ...