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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rumi Konya
A very nice spacious hotel. Very friendly helpful staff. And a great breakfast.
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Travel Blogs from Konya
... an art gallery before heading to a pottery shop. It was a little bit strange to be out and about during the day since it is currently Ramadan (or Ramazan) as they call it here). But all of the shop owners were very accommodating to us foreigners.
For lunch we headed back into Konya proper to a restaurant which served the local delicacy of Etli Ekmek or flatbread pizza. It was delicious. My favorite was the type that had lamb ...
... during the Seljuk period so noble residents could easily watch the city below from their palace. Almost nothing remained of the palace and the hill now serves as the central park, which is a quite pleasant and shady one.
The Mevlâna Museum, ...
... what they were trying to tell them (14:14-18).
This is a great example of how people can be so stubborn and entrenched in tradition that they miss the whole point of something the Lord is trying to reveal to them. Maybe we are not trying to sacrifice to ancient gods, but maybe we are bent only listening (as an authority) to certain people. Maybe we have made up our mind about something so adamantly that we are beyond re-considering regardless of what we ...
... more comfortable every day (maybe cause I’m so tired at the end of the day) and my 2 Aussie roomies (Jodie and Nadia) are an absolute blast! We stay up chatting till “late” (9:30 or 10:00pm!!) every night.
Oh yeah, and the other bonus of the Pink House is that we’re 5 minutes closer to the ice cream shop! I’m trying to maintain a bit of discipline, so I’ve only had ...
... joys of foreign travel!
John the quintessential English gent and his wife make the perfect matching pair. The jury is out as to what her name is. The front runners at the moment are Clarissa, Margie or maybe something like Boodles.
The mountains are lovely. Tree covered to start with, but increasingly barren, they rise to a high point of 1825 metres, with typically Mediterranean views. Pine trees sporting those woven spider's nests like we saw in ...