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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... entire bag of baclava home with me I'm sure that would make things much better.
The next day we visited an outdoor museum that featured some neat cave dwellings and some beautiful cave churches that still had some paintings intact. I can only imagine the solitude and quiet contemplation this place lent people hundreds of years ago. These days it's just crammed by tourists. We also had a nice walk into a small village where we ate ...
... from us and emulated their technique to get rid of the spine/ribs. It worked pretty well, and the fish turned out to be delicious! We took a picture of our victory (obviously), at which point all of the Chinese tourists openly laughed at us. This was particularly ironic given the thousands of idiotic pictures we had watched them take with their selfie sticks all day…
After lunch, we visited the ...
... believe you need to give everything you have got, like my family and most of the people I work and play with we are all overachievers and never want to let down those closest to us if we can help it. But thankfully my husband and family saw the signs before I did of what stress can do to you. Stress is an invisible killer we all know that, and if you read this blog thinking gosh she is a bit full of herself then carry on drinking your 4th coffee for the ...
... on the walls. We stayed in it for some time enjoying the cool water with the little girl bringing us watermelon pieces and a bottle of water to help us rehydrate. We were offered the process over again. Once was probably enough!!!
Besides we felt sorry for the lady who worked constantly in this heat for us – she looked very tired and by this time it was after 11.00 pm - we were all tired after a full day ...
... were a bit like a giant Lake District (for the English). But it went on and on and on. We did try to find one site on route, a Japanese gardens, of all things, built by the Japanese archaeological team working on a site. We failed to find it and had a lesson that unless we know where we are going it's very tricky if you don't speak Turkish and you're in the middle of nowhere.
Having abandoned the search ...