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in the old town close to everything and a lot of help from the owner to find a doctor, a restaurant and the place where the whirling dervishes were performing
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... commemorate the emperor's visit to the city. Some of the ancient city walls are also visible. Most sections of the wall are from the Byzantine (3rd – 9th century A.D.) and the Seljuk (10th – 11th century A.D.) periods. But they are built upon Hellenistic and Roman foundations from 1st century B.C. – 1st century A.D. and some of the original stones still comprise the base of the walls.
Two inscriptions have been found at Iconium in the ...
... pagan when the missionary preachers (Barnabas and Paul) first arrived.
A Christian church would be planted in Lystra and in the coming centuries the community would grow and thrive. This is evident because in the beginning of the 4th century, bishops from Lystra are recorded attending the Council of Nicea (325 A.D.). Moreover, the Christian community continued to have a strong presence in the city through the first millennium A.D. as bishops of Lystra are also ...
... Turkish ice cream that is very thick and chewy and has to be churned regularly with paddles throughout the day, from a street cart vendor and made our way back to our beloved tulip park on Alaaddin Tepesi. Eventually, we went back to our hotel to retrieve our stored bags and headed to the bus station for our relatively short afternoon bus (a mere four hours!) to our next destination.
Cat Tally: Still 464 (Konya was our first Turkish destination without any ...
... for this reason, few of us girls decided to go in fitness, in the frame of hotel service. Because none of us is playing a sport, we wanted to take a pompous photo of us, standing on the racetrack. We almost succeeded, but two Turkish women almost jumped out of their skin, as if to say that we are taking photo of them. We responded with apologize and insist to take a photo of us. Unsuccessfully. Fitness, sauna, Turkish bath and pool were divided to ...
As soon as Mark & I touched down in Istanbul, we hit the ground running. We saw most of the important sights in Istanbul, but in Konya, we met the people. I have found the Turkish people to be so warm, friendly and helpful. With my limited Turkish language skills (I know 5 words!) there has been a greater language barrier outside of Istanbul. Mark & I had some challenges getting to some ...
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