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Travel Blogs from Goreme
... Museum which is a complex of composed churches dating back from the 4th century. Their were fresco drawing that we're just inspiring to see and all carved into these mountains made by volcanic rock. it was just like a fairy tale landscape and it transported you to another time and place.
Daz and I moved to a new pansion with a pool Yaaaaa!!!!!! and we bought a few decorations and memories of Turkey for our house which Daz will attempt to post ...
... traveller I don’t do tours as standard. With that said, i highly recommend Agra Tour agency. I may have been lucky, but I had small groups, a good guide, awesome lunches and good itineraries without too much B.S…
Bikes, ATV’s and mopeds- knowing what I know now, I would have hired any of these and gone solo… readily available and easy to get around.
GRM restaurant Café & Bar – great food. This is where our tour stopped for ...
... into the far end of the valley, an abundance of cave dwellings was clearly visible in front of us. Pyramidical rock structures with very small openings which were clearly windows or entrances - from a distance, thy looked like ghosts....if you take a white sheet and throw it over your head and cut two holes for eyes...looked like a bunch of those!
We parked up the van and walked around them. I tell you something...the Turkish people are ...
... area was full of balloons. All of them started to go up in the air. One of the ladies counted all the balloons and said there were 78 balloons in total! It was an amazing view to see all of these balloons flying over the valley, you could see some really up in the air, and others just staying really close to the ground while others were going inside of the valley.
After 15 minutes our pilot, the one that was joking so much, told us that we would have to make a quick ...
... to Goreme Mustafa shows us the weird rock formations which are the other major attraction of the region. Oh…and of course the obligatory carpet factory although we did manage to avoid the ceramics factory.
As a parting gift, Mustafa presents us with a copy of a DVD apparently (can’t be sure as we haven’t yet run it) containing his potted history of Cappadocia as well as a bunch of photos (which had been Mustafa’s introductory PowerPoint presentation)
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting