Yellow Roses Panoramic Cave Hotel

Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Goreme

99 Luftballons of Cappadoccia

A travel blog entry by lizcrone on May 12, 2014

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... spotted with all the other hot air balloons. According to our pilot, recent regulations enforced meant that a maximum 99 balloons could go up at one time... but I have a feeling he just made that number up (and subsequently got 99 Luftballoons stuck in our heads!). We floated around the whole area, up and up and then dipping down into valleys before floating up high again. Our landing was just as smooth as the take off and so precise and well executed that our basket was able to ...

“He Who Knows Himself is Deified”

A travel blog entry by verdarluz on Apr 28, 2014

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“He Who Knows Himself is Deified” - The Temple of Harran
When you travel every moment's belly balloons pregnancyevery mouth about to burst with the divine messageAround every corner, a synchronicity pulses The Secret Spell which yearns to be decoded by the puzzle maker higher ...

"It's a Magical Fairyland!"

A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Apr 17, 2014

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... The city is filled with storage rooms for food and wine so that people could survive for months in their subterranean fortress. Much of the city has collapsed or not been excavated, so we could only visit certain parts of four of the city's floors, but even the small fraction of the city that we saw seemed very big (though I can't imagine living under there for more than a couple of days--the conditions must have become horrific over time).

We left Kaymakli ...

Ilhara Valley and Fairy Chimneys

A travel blog entry by leonajim on Apr 06, 2014

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... caravaneers, their camels, horses and donkeys, and their cargoes, to keep them safe from highwaymen and to provide needed travel services.

Caravans were received into the caravansarai each evening, and were welcome to stay free for three days. Food, fodder and lodging were provided free of charge, courtesy of the building's founder. (Most caravans probably moved on the next morning.)

The Sultan Han is a prime example with its lofty, ...

Hot Air Ballooning!

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 06, 2013

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... the idea of another overnight bus that night, so we extended our stay for one more night with the company then waited for the van. Our first stop was a photo stop with panoramic views over the Göreme region, where our tour guide, Sarkan, gave us some information on the area. Sarkan was very cool, and we could instantly tell we were in for a better tour today than yesterday! It's amazing the difference a great guide makes! After some photo-taking time, we drove out a while ...