Anatolia Cave Pension
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
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Short run to the airport - usual chaos getting the group checked in - good sized plane and very nice, efficient Turkish Air crew. Apparently Turkish Air regularly are cited Europe's number one airline. Typical chaos again at the other end but eventually we were reunited with our luggage, the buses we loaded and we were off for our last sightseeing trip in Istanbul. Yet another church of the early Christian Era converted to a mosque and now a museum - the most ...
I doubt anyone who has never been here would be able to understand the nature and size of this bizarrely beautiful landscape. The photos I have included gives you a taste of what it is like but certainly to me it was astonishing and out of this world,well worth the long journey to get here. Our first destination within Goreme was an area where thousands of years ago the early Christians carved crypts and churches out of the soft volcanic ash and rocks and painted the walls in many ...
... We arrive at Uchisar and book into an amazing set of beautifully designed rooms carved into the cliff, literally overlooking the so-called pigeon valley, a world heritage site. We're here for the next four days and intend to take things quietly for a bit... as well as walk the valley to Goreme, visit an underground city and see some of the amazing paintings in the ancient churches of ...
... to go. Then more stops for directions, we finally get to Goreme and locate what we think is the correct place. Apparently, there are a lot of places with stone or cave in their name in this area! So, we are unloaded and left at what ends up being the wrong place! Fortunately, it isn't too far from the right place, so the owner drives us to our place, Cappadocia Stone Palace. We are so delighted with our place. It's clean and beautifully decorated and there is even a ...
... were in various states of repair. Some almost untouched, others with their eyes and faces destroyed, and others just a hint. I think it would be better to see these first then Petra.
The rest of the day we went scrambling over hills to see other rock homes, but they were not very interesting and mainly had rubbish in them. I think it would have been better to be in the valley's rather than scrambling over the top. Tomorrow we are on a tour of the more far ...