Aydinli Cave House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Though I suppose I'm technically already 30 as of April 4, I continue to chip away at my "30 Things to Do Before I Turn 30" list, and our four nights in Cappadocia allowed me the opportunity to check off another item: Go on a hot air balloon ride. When I made the list at age 21, the idea was that hot air ballooning would be a really cool way to …
... served the most amazing meals. Teresa decided it was a good idea to try the local raki (the rest of us had more sense) Don't quite know what the locals made of her dog howling impersonation as a consequence of this Raki consumption !
Was very amusing to the rest of us though.
The people in this part of Turkey are by far the friendliest we have come across so far.
Loving Goreme ! ...
... we knew. we raced up to our rooftop terrace and were welcomed by hundreds of balloons floating above the beauty of göreme. hundreds. colourful. and some more colourful as they lit up from within as their pilots added more, hmm, up-gas, to the balloon. fantastic. it had already been on our list but that just reaffirmed that it was something we had to do ourselves. and we did. in the peak season there are balloons every morning but, again, we were in the snowy and a little ...
... grub we could find. There are about 30 restaurants in Goreme, and they all serve the exact same thing. Luckily, Turkish food is fantastic (especially their unique lentil soup). At our first choice, no English was spoken, so we ended up with chicken soup instead of lentil, but no complaints there. We stopped again to eat a full shish kabob meal and indulge in a sweet glass of hot apple tea.
The following morning was a day we (particularly me) have been looking forward to ...
... are incredible, although not very well sign posted. Our first afternoon, Serdar dropped us off at the entrance to Love valley for the "easy" hike through the white canyon. We probably stopped too long taking silly photos with the phallic like rocks the Love Valley is named after, by which time the temperature and light were dropping rapidly, and at a few points we were concerned we might be stuck in the valet for the night. The problem was that there were paths, but there ...