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 …
... out by just one day. This is not the same Mt Nemrut where the stone effigies reside, we will be heading to that place shortly.
On a new road heading for Siirt we passed through a long tunnel and emerged into a snow free valley. We had left the snow behind and warmer weather prevailed. It was a really pretty trip through a series of valleys and over several passes that took us to Sirnik and on to Cizre on the Syrian border. Although the mountains are quite ...
A decision has been made. Charly and Karl-Heinz want to set off immediately for Cappadocia but I want to stay another day relaxing with my friends.
We arrange to meet up in Goreme, Cappadocia on Saturday night, so for a couple of days the blog stays with me. I'll fill in the story for the ...
... our room. The manager, Osman, is wonderful. And both Osman and the owner, Isa, are very accommodating and helpful. After our stay in Istanbul, we really feel like we are in a palace! By this time, we are ready for dinner and an early bedtime since we will be picked up tomorrow at 5 am for our balloon trip. We find a local restaurant just around the corner from our hotel. I get a Kofte (meatball) sandwich with my favorite cucumber/yogurt sauce. Travel can be really ...
Day 3 - Gallipoli . . . from the Turkish perspective, like they never taught us at school. At Gallipoli we see Brighton Beach ( the intended landing site), Anzac Cove ( the actual landing site), Shrapnel valley, Lone Pine and Chunuk Bair. Turkish guide grips us with the Gallipoli invasion story. ANZACS land in the dark and get carried away by current from the planned flat beach landing to steep terrain that hinders their advance. Lone Pine at the top of the ridge is ...