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Aziziye Mah. Kadilar 2 Sok. No:7 Karatay Merkez, Karatay, Konya, Konya, Turkey | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by laurennorman


... t reply she kept nudging me. I got so mad that the next time she nudged me I just turned to her and said WHAT?! Luckily we had just come into ankara so I didn't scream my head off at her, and as everyone was getting off the train, I heard her telling other random people that I wouldn't answer her, they were all telling her that I was foreign but she still kept complaining! Next time I am going business class and having a single seat!

Cappadocia to Sultanhani to Konya

A travel blog entry by lizmcconnell


... interesting wandering outside in the backpacker area where cave dwellings had been renovated into hotels and hostels. We then moved on and into an ancient area of central Turkey, that thrives on agriculture and carpet making. Man has lived here since the early Stone Age. Starting from 1100AD, the caravanserais were the luxury hotels on the Silk Road. Camels and horses carried the goods and were managed by one person. Merchants either joined the caravan, or ...

Home of Rumi the poet

A travel blog entry by anne.morley.12


... are sheep and cattle herders on the side of the road, watching their animals as they eat. There are no fences to keep them in and often they have a donkey with the sheep that seems to lead them. When the donkey stops so do the sheep. At other times the shepherd seems to lead them, there are no dogs used and no strays. Incredible!!

When we arrived in Konya, we booked into the Rumi Hotel ...

The Leap

A travel blog entry by nicolasfulton

... emergency"- please keep that away from me, all I want is to fall asleep. I peer past the curtain to see first class snoring away in their fully reclinable chairs and think, hmm, for only $400 that could've been me. No, I'm fine thanks.
Kiev airport was a culture blast. Toilets that don't flush paper makes for smelly trash cans. I played a full little game of, are you speaking Russian, Ukranian or Turkish to myself while eating the first of mom's still warm home baked cookies ...

Bits and pieces

A travel blog entry by cruisinpenny

... wear red, symbolizing joy and happiness, because white is the color of death. In modern times, wives choose white. An average wedding will cost $30,000. Gifts are typically monetary, and are hung on the bride and grooms' clothing at the reception. Odd bits: #1- a saying in Turkish- Mother Crow sees her baby as an eagle, meaning when she talks up her child for marriage, no bad words will be spoken. #2- one sugar beet makes only two sugar cubes. In Konya we walked across the ...

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This hotel, located on Aziziye Mah. Kadilar 2 Sok. No:7 Karatay Merkez, Karatay, Konya, is near Rustem Pasha Mosque and Museum of Calligraphy.
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