Aydinli Cave House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We arrived in Cappadocia, which has some of the most unique landscapes in the country. What it is most known for are numerous "fairy chimneys", which are natural rock formations that look towers, and cave homes. There is a whole geological explanation for why the land is shaped as such, but suffice to say, it all looks really amazing.
We checked in our hotel in Goreme and our hotel room was an actual cave suite. Literally a hole in a rock, but with all the ...
... pretty exhausted by this stage.
We elected not to visit the Underground City, as I’m too big to crawl through stone tunnels and Jen’s too claustro. We elected to have coffee – I’m loving Turkish coffee, before we all met back at the van.
Our final stop of the day was the world famous Turkish Baths. We were booked in for a Haman cleanse/massage. I didn’t really know what to expect, but I was interested to see how it all worked. Let me tell ...
... 20°C in winter).
One of my life’s ‘highs’ was a balloon flight over the area. It is timed to see the sunrise so we had a 4.15am pick up.
The entire experience was very professionally handled. We had been a bit put off by the sight of about 100 balloons in the air. Our hesitation was groundless. Although the 100 balloons fill the sky and one cannot move freely because of that, the views ...
... where full on bride and groom were getting photographed. I went to go check out the view, even though I wasn't getting married. Down below, I saw "Goreme" spray painted in red on a rock! A trail! I went down to the trail and was soon squeezing my way between these immense boulders several stories high, climbing through crevices and down wooden ladders, praying that this wasn't some crazy prank. "Indiana Jones!" I whisper-exclaimed, keeping it together as ...
... this knowing that for the next 5 weeks most of our time will be spent wandering around big cities. Fortunately, Karyn and I are still able to enjoying walking. This entire vacation ...