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... just arrived by car. It turned out Mark was driving east from Selcuk in a few days which was conveniently the direction I was headed (if only I could find a simpler route than overnight buses and late night shuttles which I had decided I was simply sick to death of). Low and behold we realised it would be a stellar idea to join forces and plan a roadtrip to Cappadocia (what is supposed to be the highlight of Turkey for it's unusual landscape) via Pamukkale (another hot spot). So ...
... the mother of Jesus, was taken to this stone house by Saint John and lived there until her Assumption (according to Catholic doctrine) or Dormition (according to Orthodox belief).
... being present at the Council of Constantinople (381 A.D.), Chalcedon (451 A.D.), and Second Constantinople (879 A.D.).
Lystra is thought to be located at the tel Zoldera Höyük near modern Hatunsaray in Turkey, the tel has not been excavated and there is little for the visitor to see except a large mound with some stone fragments scattered around. Scholars identify this location at Lystra on account of a stone inscription that ...
... us to a recommended hotel in Selcuk's old section, away from the center, just below the castle.. The hotel Amazon Petite Palace stood in the place where we expected find a different hotel. We found an excellent room at the newly renovated Amazon Petite Palace and it was ideal. Selcuk is not often recommended as a place to spend the night. But we found this section of town very ...
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 ...