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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... in my life. Trying to control grace was not something I consciously did as though it was my objective to displace God's providence with my own clever ideals and desires. It was just a by-product of thinking that God provides exactly what I believe for if I believe “hard enough.” Such “hard enough” believing made my head hurt and I did not understand why I was trying to mentally coerce God into granting my request if it was not in accord with ...
Another long travel day - about 10 hours in the minibus...we drove from Cappadocia along the ancient Silk Road just like the ancient traders. We stopped on the way to visit Sultanhani Caravansary - like a hostel where the traders (and their animals) used to stay along their journey. We later stopped for a pretty average lunch at a truck-stop type restaurant, then in Konya at ...
... 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 ...
... to have healing properties, and people came to the city to bathe in the rich mineral waters in order to cure various ailments.
The Roman spa town of Hierapolis grew wealthy from its rich-but-sick visitors. It was a place many sick people came in search of a cure, but died instead. The vast necropolis contains Roman tombs large and small, simple and elaborate.
The extensive ruins of Hierapolis include a ...
The telephone rang with our early morning wake up call at 0515, which was nice.
Dayle is one of those 'snooze button' freaks, who like to hit the snooze button when the alarm goes off and do so at 5 minute intervals until she gets up.
I, on the other hand, abhor and detest alarms with a passion and having one a morning is more than enough, let alone a series of them. This is what I think one would call a 'non-negotiable' and forced me to explain as politely as ...