Mozaik Otel

Istikal Caddessi, No.18, Antakya, Hatay, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Istikal Caddessi, No.18, Antakya, is near Hatay Muzesi and St Pierre Kilisesi.
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Travel Blogs from Antakya

Followers Began Being Called Christians Here

A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 15, 2014

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... Byzantine mosaics dating from the 1st century AD to the 5th century.

We were disappointed when we got there that the museum was undergoing a major renovation and only part of it was open to public. We enjoyed the sectons that were open and totally amazed that the works survived all those years as well as they did.

The end of the road!

A travel blog entry by suzymartin on Jul 03, 2013

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Spe nt yesterday shopping for teacher uniforms, to wear on our school visit today. The school is unlike any we've seen before. It's in a shiny new building, and has only been open a year (but is run by a secular ngo that's been going for 85 years). There are dance rooms, a sports hall like those you see on american films, and a chess room. They have chess lessons, even for 5 year olds! One of the ...

Syria Crossing & Into Beirut

A travel blog entry by gary.rosewarne on May 01, 2012

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... 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 ...

So, so close to Syria

A travel blog entry by rezaisawesome on Oct 21, 2010

... of couchsurfing, awesome! Have a place to stay for free in Damascus.

A little after 12 the bus shows up and a half an hour later, we're at the Turkish border getting our exit stamps. Back on the bus to drive 5km to the Syrian border. 3 hours not moving in traffic, so I take a nap on the bus. We get to the border and all exit the bus to go to immigration, my bus driver handles everything trying to get me a visa. 30mins later and speaking with the ...

One cıty 2 names lots of fun!

A travel blog entry by senorbrian on Mar 06, 2010

... to the left so ı hoped out and took a wonder ı wıll admıt ı was kında nervous as no one ın the past 10 hours had spoken englısh and ı hadnt seen a hotel anywhere on the way ın but lucky enough ı found a decent hotel for 40 lıra wıth shower TV and breakfast so ı fıgured ı would call ıt a nıght.

next stop aleppo hopefully ıt goes smoother