Hotel Mavi Surmeli

Address: Inonu Caddesi 109 Seyhan Merkez, Seyhan, Adana, Turkish Mediterranean Coast, 01060, Turkey | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Inonu Caddesi 109 Seyhan Merkez, Seyhan, Adana.
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    Travel Blogs from Adana

    Days That Wane

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... drop could make a wave alone.

    Maybe David felt a little like a droplet in the great ocean of life. He seemed to wonder at his own insignificance too: “O LORD, what are human beings that you should notice them, mere mortals that you should think about them? For they are like a breath of air; their days are like a passing shadow” (Ps 144:3-4). To David, it was something so great that God would be mindful of humans who live but for a moment and then die. ...

    Tarsus (Acts 9:11, 30; 11:25; 21:39; 22:3)

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... more houses, shops, and other buildings in the vicinity.

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    Biblical Significance
    Tarsus is mentioned in the Bible on several accounts but most notably as the birthplace of the Apostle Paul (as called Saul). Paul was born in Tarsus in c. 5-10 A.D. under the reign of Augustus Caesar when the Stoic philosopher Athenodorus, son of Sandon, was governor of Cilicia. Historically, many Jews migrated to the region of Cilicia and the ...

    Turkey by Tenere: Day 5

    A travel blog entry by gisnoborders on Apr 22, 2014

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    ... rain. Essentially the road followed a river gorge and this widened out at one point to a logging yard with a shed. A couple of new roads were being built down either side of the valley and I thought I was supposed to go down that direction. A surprised local pulled me up no doubt issuing stern instructions in Turkish not to go that way but I was still trusting my reading of the map at that point and told him in sign language and with a ...

    Not quite Turkish Delight

    A travel blog entry by touring-taurean on Aug 05, 2013

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    ... enter to buy one I've chosen from the outside stand. The owner says, "It's OK.....on me". Blimey - a free postcard (to the recipient - I'm spoiling you!). Post office is 300m down a steep hill and there's a long queue when I arrive. I don't do queueing. By a bit of motioning that all I want is a stamp a local shoves me to near the front of a queue and a young lady further allows me to take her place for a quick stamp. Judging by the state of the post office, ...

    Where is the truck and driver

    A travel blog entry by alister.bland on Jul 09, 2012

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    ... Not a tourist town so not alot to see. A BIG mosque, a Roman stone bridge and not much else. But seen them, walked the riverbank, bit of the market thats open and rested. Street food really cheap so fattening up.
    Not alot of English spoken so a bit harder to get around. Managing though as it's all pretty tame after Africa. The price is the price. There is no need to bargain and they don't seem to want to take advantage of you and overcharge.
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