Aydinli Cave House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 …
... the surrounding landscapes,so they could remain hidden. In 1933, there was a population exchange and all Christians were sent to the nearby Greek Islands, while Muslims were all moved to Turkey, which is why there are so many overlapping traditions and food dishes! Overall, 600,000 people had their lives turned upside down. In Cappadocia, the hills being formed by layers and layers of volcanic ash that fell after volcanic eruptions, are soft. So, ...
... imagine a more breathtaking scene - made more spectacular by the myriad of colored balloons around us. Back by 9.00am we caught up on some lost sleep in time to spend the afternoon exploring the many hiking trails nearby. When we stumbled across another cluster of ancient homes behind the main town we were staggered to find that although damaged by earthquake, this amazing complex was not on the tourist track despite its grand dimensions and ...
... light had not yet beamed And boarded on the van Which took us to our breakfast stop Buffet 'eat all you can' Then out and up and round the roads We wove throughout the valleys Our tiresome heads refused to rest Nor now, our filled up bellies Arriving at our take off point The fire burning bright To fill balloons with hope and heat Before we all set flight Climbing in the basket Was a mildly awkward ...
... later.. I hope. Rich, fruity red, lots of dry plum and cherry, like nearly all the Reds we have tried, pretty strong at 13% alcohol. Turkish coffee. Saturday 27 May Up at crack of dawn and tragically missing the gorgeous breakfast, off to Kayseri airport this time, so a little longer drive across rolling plateaux towards the snow clad Erciyes Mountain, something over 10,000 ft and looming massively over the plain rather like Mt Ruapehu - it is also volcanic. Istanbul ...