Misafir Evi

Address: Keciler no 41 , Kayakoy, Mugla, Turkish Aegean Coast, 48300, Turkey | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on Keciler no 41 , Kayakoy, is near Green Mausoleum (Mevlana Museum ), Sirince, The Temple of Artemis (Artemision), and The Citadel of Ayasoluk.
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    Kayakoy - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by halliday on Jul 30, 2015

    12 photos

    ... centuries ago and I was expecting a fairly decent walkway and the steepness of the terrain and the rocky uneven path came as a surprise.

    It was in the high 30s and by the time we walked our 6 kms Sue and I had lost litres of water and we were gasping for air, a drink, a swim, anything to lessen the misery. Our group was spread out over a kilometre and our guide was kept busy running backwards and forwards, checking on us and keeping us moving.

    Finally we ...

    Lystra (Acts 14:6-21 16:1-2; 2 Tim 3:11)

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 07, 2014

    1 photo

    ... a diversified population after becoming a Roman colony. The city residents would have been composed of the Roman aristocracy, Gentile immigrants from around the empire, and Lycaonian natives. There would also have been a natural cast system with the Roman settlers at the top and the Lycaonian natives at the lower end. In addition, there is no evidence for the establishment of a Jewish presence in Lystra in the 1st century A.D. It appears that the city might have ...

    Welcome to the Qur'an Belt

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Apr 16, 2014

    15 photos

    ... the closest doner kebab joint and wolfed down plates of meat.

    The next morning, April 17 (Day 113), we started by visiting the Mevlana Museum, which houses the original whirling dervish lodge and the sarcophagi of Rumi (called Mevlana by his followers), Sultan Veled and many other important dervishes. The sarcophagi are very unique, with covers that slant dramatically down from the head to the foot, and are topped with dervish turbans that display the ...

    Yay! Finally! In Konya...sort of a pilgrimage

    A travel blog entry by leela.devere on Nov 06, 2013

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    ... 1 million visitors here are Muslim Turks! A lot of them think of 'Mevlana' as understanding and teaching the deeper soulful spiritual meaning of Islam... I like that. Works for me...it is all soulful to me. I am thrilled to come back on Sat for The Whirling Dervish Ceremony. The Mevlevi worship ceremony...or: Sema is the ritual dance representing the union with God. The ...


    A travel blog entry by digsbysuky on Aug 15, 2013

    16 photos

    ... only a few millimetres thick) of grey ash, trying to distinguish one period of use from another. I haven’t found a lot of evidence of what the hearth might have been used for, other than a lot of fish bones and eggshells in the vicinity.

    The area that we’re working in is covered in a thick layer of dark brown dust that puffs up with every step we take. Every day when we come down for lunch or after work, we look like ...