Local Cave House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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When we checked in, we had a 90% chance of it being cancelled on our first morning in Cappadocia. We booked the ride, but were told, if it was all on, we would have a knock on the door to tell us to get out to the bus, but if it wasn't on, we would hear nothing and could sleep in. I didn't sleep very well, and then early in the morning, there was a …
... in one. Most date from the early 10th century.
The ancient city of Ani is near the present day border with Armenia. It was once home to about 100,000 people and covers a very large area. It was an important city on the silk route. Its had quite a colourful history, the first city was built here in the 10th century, as an Armenian Christian city, then in the 12th century it was taken over by Turks that were Muslim, in the ...
It's an early morning for us with our 5 am pick up to go ballooning. We booked our trip through the hotel and they assured us that, even though this is a little more expensive, it would be worth it. The cost was about $170 for a 1hour flight. Ballooning is the most popular activity in this area and everyone says it is not to be missed. So, we must do it!! Many companies do 2 flights, one at sunrise and then another after it. There can be 100 balloons in ...
... the hot pools they were similar to hamner springs temperature with one hotter pool that was actually just dug out of the ground so the bottom was slimy but this pool was lovely and hot. the next day It was time to hit the road with an 11hr day driving to capadocia. we stopped at Konyas whirling dervisha museum, several of us agreed we could have missed this museum we then headed to a sultanhanis old caravan serai which was really interesting, these wrre placed every 40km along the ...
... the spectrum staying in our little van on the Kaya campsite....this caused quite a bit of hilarity amongst our balloon crew!
Just as it was getting light, we were loaded back into the minibus and driven to our launch site. Our balloon pilot, an Aussie with 32 years experience (reason we chose him!), hung his kangaroo flag to the outside of the basket much to our amusement. We reminded him that New Zealand had just beaten Australia in the ...