Alfina Hotel Cappadocia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the beautiful castle which is the only one you can actually climb up, it was really interesting! The rooms all carved into the mountain and the view was just beautiful from up the top 3rd stop - Greek settlement This was a beautiful place! Climbed to the front bit of the mountain and into some caves and took plenty of photos 4th stop - Pigeon Valley (onyx factory) The nicest view of uchisar castle and uchisar with the tree tied with all ...
We started our Red Tour in Cappadocia with a visit to the Open Air Museum which is a bunch of caves that contain frescoes and Christian churches. You aren't allowed to take pictures inside anymore due to the damage to the frescoes but I can tell you that there were some very early paintings (sort of looked like children's paintings) and then some much more detailed beautiful frescoes. We had a great time exploring all the ...
... and audience participation. Back on the bus and we had our group thank you and farewell to Ahmed the bus driver and Perri our tour. Ros had drawn a great sketch of her with all of us included and it was quite emotional. Great tour and great group of people. We hope to stay in touch.
Back to Istanbul tomorrow morning!
... the coolest thing I've seen. Along with our actual flight I suppose - it was such a trip. We were picked up at 5, had a great breakfast while the pilots checked the wind direction and set up the balloons, and then we loaded back into the van and raced to the launch site in the dark. My mind was blown. We could see them flickering and lighting up against the dark sky sporadically. I was in awe already. Our balloon was still ...
... at a restaurant that, by one of those random coincidences, is owned and run by a local who happens to be a previous owner of the Lyneham pride hut. I only found out about this when the owner struck up a conversation and asked where I live, he doesn't meet many people from canberra, so I caught him up on the local gossip as he plied me with local wine. Today I have spent ten hours making my way to secuk, the gateway to Ephesus, which I plan on exploring for the next couple of ...