Ortakoy Princess Hotel
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... to tell me and then repeated it to her. He knows his numbers, some of the animals and a few greetings. He is quite the star wherever he goes. He gets his cheeks pinched, his hair tosseled and sometimes kissed by both men and women. They tell us he is beautiful. He seems to take it all in stride.
On our first leg we flew to Konya and when we were getting on the plane, Steve began talking to a young man from ...
... became a base for the expansion of Christian communities further into Turkey, by people whom Paul trained there. Epaphras, a citizen of Colossae founded the community in his own city. Others brought the Good News of Jesus Christ to Laodicia, Hierapolis, Pergamum, Thyatira and other towns and cities. Some of these would be addressed years later by the author of the Book of Revelation. The letter to the Ephesians ...
... used to deliver sermons on congregational prayer days. The Kursi (the chair) is used to give lectures by scholars of religion, and the dome which in Turkish Islamic architecture usually is considered a representation of the heavens from which hangs hundreds of lamps. After hearing about the history and the design you certainly can have more respect and admiration for these places of prayer. After listening to the call to prayer and once my head was covered ...
... cubic meters of water (2,800,000 cubic feet). It takes 52 steps to get to the cistern, which lies below the city. In one corner two of the columns rest on Medusa head bases, which were plundered by the Byzantines during their era of power.
We're just hearing the evening prayers now being sung throughout the city. We are in the heart of Old Town, surrounded by mosques. The prayers can be heard throughout the ...
Off to an early start this morning so we could beat the expected crowds at the major tourist attractions in Istanbul. Our first stop was the Topkapi palace, the home of the Ottoman Sultans from 1465 until 1856. The palace is actually a large complex of buildings including a hospital, library, mint and four large courtyards which housed 4000 people at one time, including a kitchen staff of 1000 chefs. Used as the personal residence of the Sultans it was also used ...