Alfina Hotel Cappadocia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... will remain one of life's little mysteries. Actually I don't think they knew where the hotel was. Low and behold on the bus was our friends from Wellington who we had dined with the night before. We knew they were taking a tour but had no idea it was the same one. It was a fascinating ride in the bus collecting other folk for the tour, winding through all sorts of narrow cobbled streets built for foot, horses and handcarts. Finally we got to the motor way and off we went for the ...
... city. We were grateful for the coolness of the city compared to the 100 degree heat outside! On our way back to Goreme, we stopped at a winery and had some samples of the local Cappadocian wines. It was pricy $30+, so we didn't like it that well! :) We said goodbye to Mustafa and look forward to our free day tomorrow. Since I wrote more on the photos today, I'm not writing as many detail in this section. ...
... the guy at reservations to just flag us a regular yellow cab.
We loaded our stuff (he had to struggle to get everything in the small trunk but he was well equipped with ropes and stuff) and told the guy to hurry. Big mistake. I swear he was the craziest driver I have ever had the misfortune of encountering. In hindsight it's a little funny, but he kept swearing, muttering,and at one point stopped in the middle of the street to ...
... chimneys to create open spaces and homes.
Our first stop was Göreme panoramic, over looking the 100's of fairy chimneys and beautiful snow covered mountains. They must be really high, as its easily 20 degrees (and gets up to 45 in summer), and they are snow covered all year long. Up to our left is Uschiar castle, entirely dug out of fairy chimneys.
Our next stop and my favourite was Kaymakli, the 8-story ...
... rather more slowly.
This did not quench our appetite for adventure, excitement, and really wild things, however. A few days later we awoke at 4:30 in the morning – which is an adventure all by itself – and packed ourselves onto a shuttle bus in the predawn darkness, heading for a balloon launch site. Cappadocia is a big-time ballooning destination; on any given day, if you get up early enough, you will see a hundred-odd balloons soaring ...