4ODA Cave House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... spa bath and I am looking forward to one after dinner. Tonight James and Elisa take the night bus back to Antalya where they are attending a conference. This means there are only 4 of us to go on to the capital Ankara tomorrow, and then onto Istanbul on the 2nd. Our journey is nearly over and Victoria and I will have to strike out on our own once again. We have both fallen in love with Turkey! Sorry folks tried to add some photos but the app is a bit temperamental - will try again ...
... 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 ...
... specialty that has apparently even been exported to Melbourne! We had a short sleep in a non rated hotel, which at least had air conditioning. We got up , not quite bright but early, left with our tour group at 3 am and had 150 km trip to Mount Nemrut, up steep, narrow, winding roads in the dark, to almost 2000m altitude. There we joined other deluded people who had made the same trek. Thankfully a good part of the ...
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 ...
The next morning we spent in the campground fixing our bed mats which had developed punctures. We then walked down the hill our campsite was on, to an open air museum which consisted of more rock formations and cave houses and churches. After a brief visit to this we carried on down the hill to reach the small town to have lunch. Instead of walking back up the same road to the campground we took a ...