Alfina Hotel Cappadocia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... expensive prices but we did resist because we don’t want to carry it, break it and so on. Back to the hotel and we are enjoying relaxing in this lovely hotel. Sitting out in the lobby and all the Turkish family are using iPhones. What a laugh. Tonight’s dinner was very delicious again and the group is really good company. It is sad that tomorrow is our final proper day of touring ...
... 32-40kms's apart along the silk route - a days ride. This is the largest in Anatolia, built in 1229 and recently restored. There are stables at the back for the animals, a central mosque and covered and uncovered areas for sleeping and storage. It has a fantastic entrance door. A really interesting place.
Lunch was a bun rush but my choice was beef Iskender, smothered in a tomatoey ...
Maybe I'll go in reverse, as this place is so awesome and exciting it's worth doing first. We arrived here late afternoon, early evening and were shown to our rooms - we were all pretty amazed by the beautiful rooms and stunning views of the "fairy chimneys" that form the landscape of Cappadoccia. We are staying in a cave hotel which would once have been private dwellings carved into the stone. The bathroom is huge and has a spa bath and a shower. Our ...
Cappadocia. I'd never actually heard of Cappadocia, thus never really desired to travel here. It wasn't until Jed had sent me a photo which I think was from either Instagram, or one of those 'things to see before you die' on Facebook. It looked amazing. So it went on the list. After our un eventful evening in the sticky carpet hotel in the Bronx of istanbul, we awoke at 4am. Greeted by the night duty hotel worker with meat, cheese, olives and a whole loaf of bread, the ...
... Cappadocia. Three volcanoes erupted some considerable time ago and blanketed the area with ash, which solidified into an unusually soft rock, which has since been eaten away by erosion and human improvement into spires, mounds, domes, cliffs, and a distinctively shaped species of outcropping which can only be characterized as a gigantic stone wang. Humans have been here a long time – the biblical Hittites were locals, and they weren’t the first ...