Hotel Ozkaymak Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ozkaymak Park Konya
The hotel has a real old world character to it. Some might say it is a bit tired.
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... to us for about 45 minutes and filled us in on the history of Konya. He was very disappointed we were not staying to look around. We thought he offered to show us a local monument but we ended up in his cousins carpet shop looking at Kilims and carpets that we had been talking about. They were very beautiful and a lot of them were old and hand embroidered. David kept hiding behind me! I managed to talk our way out of it and we left without a ...
... to escape persecution. Most of the chapels actually date from the eleventh and thirteenth centuries, so the frescoes belong to the Byzantine era. Hilli feels a bit better on the third day and gets up for some breakfast. We then have a short walk down in the valley... really beautiful and full of birds and vegetation. The locals appear to have market gardens here and masses of veg is being grown as well as flowers of every kind. Later in the ...
... even when circumstances proceeded to worsen. The Lord's deliverance was not to remove the experiences (because that obviously did not happened at Lystra) but to help them make it through the suffering.
God's deliverance does not always consist of taking away problems and making our lives easy. The Lord never promised that the good news would put us on an easy and safe road to travel. He just promised those who would choose to take would undoubtedly make it to the end.
I'm in a bit of culture shock. Two days ago, I woke up in my bed with my husband beside me, my cat curled up on my legs and the sun pouring into our beautiful apartment. Yesterday I spent the afternoon swimming in the pools at the Dedeman Hotel in Konya. Today I spent the day digging in the dark dusty soil of Boncuklu. It feels impossible that I’ve been away for a year!
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... heart of this "Qur'an Belt" because of its important Islamic history and deep religious significance to many Muslims.
Dennis and I really liked the city. It features one of the prettier city parks we've seen in our travels, exudes a vibrancy that perhaps stems from its university culture, has clean, wide sidewalks and bike lanes and is home to friendly people that seem delighted to host non-Turkish tourists. Konya sees about 1.5 million pilgrims (most of ...