Urgup Inn Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... which is the largest rock hewn cave church in Cappadocia. It was gigantic and had a ton of different rooms. It also had amazing views of the surrounding area. Then we went to Pigeon valley, which had a ton of little caves that used to house the carrier pigeons that were used for communication. The views of the surrounding mountains were particularly spectacular from this valley. Last, we visited an Onyx factory, which ...
The tour was booked through Euphrates Tours and Travel. Professional, good itinerary, and quality guide and driver. We learned much about the area's history, culture and even some personal colour commentary from our excellent guide, Umit.
The third day of the itinerary was a highlight as the emphasis was on local culture and customs. Visits to the ...
... with female Islam following.
Exploring Kurdisch Turkey
It has (had) negative headlines in the news, the Kurdish people, this part of Turkey and their longing for an independent state. For me, like Baluchistan and Iran, it has shown only its beauty and hospitality. At my first stop next to an impressive fortress, I am straightaway invited for tea, made on a semaver (wood stove water boiler) by a local Kurdish family. The girl shy at first becomes my ...
... Glad we did it! After returning for breakfast we had a choice of activities. We chose SHOPPING at a local market! The other choice was a pretty intensive hike, so we passed on that. Getting plenty of hiking every day! The market was fun! All locals, no tourists. One of the most interesting things was aged cheese wracked in a skin with the hair still on. The vegetables looked so fresh and yummy. ...
The journey to the Cappodocia region of turkey was a long one. Ten hours on a bus overnight from Denizli in the west, across the flat central plains of deepest Turkey to the mountainous and mysterious east. Neither of us slept very well or very much and when the sky began to lighten ahead of us, I figured I'd just sit back and watch the sun rise. Either side of the coach I could see nothing but grassland making its lazy way to the far horizon. Behind us only the same and ...