Onur Hotel

Address: Istiklal Cad. Istiklal Sok. No:10 Acikdere Koyu, Antakya, Antakya, Hatay, Turkey | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Istiklal Cad. Istiklal Sok. No:10 Acikdere Koyu, Antakya, Antakya, is near Hatay Muzesi and St Pierre Kilisesi.
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        Friends around the world

        A travel blog entry by heeneystravels on Jul 12, 2015

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        Today (7/12) we flew from Izmir to Antakya/Hatay airport. For this part of our trip we figured it would be easier and save time if we rented a car. In most of Europe from what we understand, manual transmissions are the most common. It is much more expensive for an automatic, but as we both can drive stick shift we went with the cheaper option. We got the car - it was actually brought to us and the agent rode with us to the office not at the ...

        Seleucia (Acts 13:4)

        A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 01, 2014

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        ... I Theos of Commangene, a direct descendant of Seleucus I Nicator, rule of the city. Antiochus I Theos was a loyal ally of Rome and Seleucia enjoyed a substantial degree of independence and autonomy under Roman rule. They printed their own money and handled their own civil legislation and governing. The city is estimated to have had ~30,000 people during the Roman period.

        Aside from Christian missionaries Barnabas and Paul (also called Saul), several Roman emperors ...

        Followers Began Being Called Christians Here

        A travel blog entry by michellendave on Apr 15, 2014

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        ... spewing smoke pipes causing a thick haze in the air.

        Mad Traffic and Small Alleys in Antakya

        At 1:30 pm, we made our way through mad traffic to the center of Antakya, a large multicultural city. Across the river and near old town, we lucked out and found a parking space.

        We continued on foot to look for a place to stay. We were looking for the Antakya Catholic Church ...

        The end of the road!

        A travel blog entry by suzymartin on Jul 03, 2013

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        ... and bars, that we didn't find before, and thanks to the arabic influence here, the food is great- lots of mezze and amazing hummus. İf you're not convinced that hummus can be amazing, well, what can I say, it just is. One of the reasons we liked Antakya last time, was for it's diversity, liberal feel and arabic culture. Most people speak Arabic as well as Turkish, and often prefer to speak arabic- which is a bit challenging for us as it means ...

        Edging closer to Syria...

        A travel blog entry by lucindafagan on May 01, 2012

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        ... is the last little village before Syria. We spoke to some young locals who told us there was a teacher's hostel where we could stay so we checked in there and then walked into the village to check it out. Not much was happening but there were a few shops. We walked into a sweet store and no one could speak english but we wanted to get some of the local Turkish delight. We sign-languaged our way to a price of 75 Lira per kilo, so that is about 30 euro, ...