Urgup Inn Cave Hotel
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... Another problem is that these cities - for there are hundreds dotted across the region are massive. Each one could house around 10,000 people - underground. Think about the logistics of building a place like that. Food, sanitation, ventilation!! These places, as I said are huge and where is the spoil that the builders removed? Not a sign of it is to be found anywhere. There should be tons of rubble in huge mounds all over the place - but its is nowhere. Scientists ...
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Another long day, all we had left to negotiate was the evening meal. With the group starting to gel well, it is getting progressively more social as people gravitate towards those with whom they feel at ease and have a rapport and there are some interesting characters on the tour.
John, Rosie and Marjorie, Jean and Ken the rucksack rummager who spends half his time on the bus scrummaging for lost things in his rucksack and the rest ...
... 334 BC. In AD 17 the region became a Roman province, trade and military routes were built and urban centers and settlements were encourage. Once Asia Minorcame under Christian influence, the first Christian communities appeared ...
... them, so we weren’t allowed
to talk. The security guys keep reminding people not to talk, in German and
Spanish, what more can I say! These enterprising Christians (and the farmers
till now) also kept pigeons, (building many pigeon holes in the rock face),
handy for dung (the soil is extremely poor), messages and eggshells to add to
mortar, but not for eating! They thought the pigeons ...
... is a dying art...so women are trained and given looms and spend the long, cold winters making rugs. The rugs are sold at this market. These rugs are all double knotted, which apparently if you're into rugs that's very important. What I was amazed at was the number of knots per inch - that is what sets the subprice. The more knots, the longer the rug takes to make (probably also affected by the number of ...