Anatolia Pension

Address: Haci Ali Bey Cad. No:16 , Uchisar, Cappadocia, 50240 , Turkey | B&B
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This B&B, located on Haci Ali Bey Cad. No:16 , Uchisar, is near Goreme National Park (Goreme Milli Parklar), Pigeon Valley (Guvercinlik Vadisi), and Uchisar Castle.
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    A travel blog entry by chrismoselen on Nov 30, 2014

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    ... in Turkey, heavily subsidized by the government, who are attempting to revive, or at least prevent the dying out, of the traditional rug and carpet making industry. They "train" the women usually in local villages, and provide them with the materials. From the initial training they hope the women (yes, it is always women) will develop their own styles and patterns and continue the history of their region. Today for the first time we saw some Armenian carpets - very beautiful, ...

    Cappadocia - History and Adventure Tour

    A travel blog entry by j_m on Sep 12, 2014

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    ... softer middle layer of Tuffi weathers away leaving the basalt top layer balancing on the pumice lowest layer. There were local farms interspersed among all this history, growing grapes, squash - where they harvest the seeds and flowers for cooking, Russian olives and apricots. High in the rocks we could see the pigeon houses. Pigeons were vital for the Christians who used their droppings for fertiliser, mixed it to make explosives, and also used it ...

    Underground city and Ebru Art

    A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... which only 4 have been excavated. The first story down was for the stables. The second story had a church and the remaining stories were for kitchens, wineries, food storage and housing.

    The tunnels were quite intricate with narrow connectors opening into larger areas. If being chased, the people would roll large heavy stones (round, about 2 feet deep and over 6' in diameter) into an opening that could be re-opened from the inside. One historical ...

    Turkey part 3: Cappadocia

    A travel blog entry by ngyixian1 on Jun 26, 2014

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    ... a modern road. Aside from hot air ballooning, we went on two hikes in the area. Cappadocia is so hot and arid that it's exactly what I imagined the Middle East to be, which isn't surprising given I'm only a few hundred miles from Syria. During one walk, we stumbled on an early Christian church (6-9 century) which was 3+ Floors high carved into the rock. Getting from the ground floor up to the second required some grungy rock climbing since whatever ladder that ...

    A day of rest

    A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 19, 2014

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    ... trip notes and Trip Advisor).

    Chilled out back at our hotel in the afternoon until we decided to get a drink at the hotel lounge bar to watch the sunset. David and Pam joined us there and we shared a bottle of Turkish tempranillo before they went on to dinner at the hotel restaurant. We decided to return to our room for an early night in anticipation of our 0400 start in the morning!