Spa Herakles Termal Otel

Fatih Mahallesi Belediye Caddesi 118 Sok. No: 12, Karahayit, Denizli Province, 20290, Turkey | Spa
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This spa, located on Fatih Mahallesi Belediye Caddesi 118 Sok. No: 12, Karahayit, is near Green Mausoleum (Mevlana Museum ), Sirince, The Temple of Artemis (Artemision), and The Citadel of Ayasoluk.
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    Travel Blogs from Karahayit

    First party of the season

    A travel blog entry by digsbysuky on Aug 15, 2014

    3 comments, 8 photos

    ... br> I think the only disappointment of the evening was the lack of gossip! So far we don’t seem to have any dig relationships that have started up, which is a surprise. We have so little new stuff to chat about, after a while, that blossoming love affairs are always fun to chat and wonder about!

    Much to my surprise, I managed to stay out until 3am!!! I thought there was no chance that I would even last until ...

    Iconium (Acts 13:51-14:6; 14:19-20; 16:2)

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Aug 08, 2014

    8 photos

    ... language that date to the 3rd century A.D. Indicating that the Phrygian language was still in use by locals throughout the Roman period. Furthermore, a recent inscription from the reign of Hadrian mentions the first duumvir (“magistrate”) who was appointed in the new Roman colony of Iconium. Throughout the Roman period, Iconium remained a Hellenistic city but maintained a strong pro-Roman position.

    A collection of artifacts, statues, and inscriptions ...

    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 ...

    A break in the heat

    A travel blog entry by digsbysuky on Aug 05, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... dogs that wander around in pairs, so we need to find someone else to walk with us, especially after dark. There are 8 of us in the house (with a few more arriving soon) – all sharing a single shower and a squat toilet. Very glamorous! But the plus side is that we have the privacy and comfort of a house, so we can walk around “inappropriately dressed” in a tank top and shorts inside the house. My bunk bed ...

    Whirling Dervish in the Turkish Mountains

    A travel blog entry by diane.reed on May 16, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... century came from Persian artisans who had learned their skills from the Chinese. So the tiles of this era still show the Christian cross, Islamic star, and animals and humans which are not shown in Modern Islam.

    The Mevlana Museum showed us a little of the process of becoming a member of the Whirling Dervish sect. Current members hold regular day jobs. The museum is in the form of a mosque with separate prayer areas for ...