Anatolian Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... she saw.
Only a few K’s away we came to the Roman bridge built by this same attacking army just prior to being defeated. The bridge has been repaired and restored in fairly recent times, however, the original structure is in much better condition after over 2000 years than the repairs are after only 20 years. It is situated just as the river emerges from high gorge walls and just before it broadens into a wide meandering stream. I took another ...
... village is open to visitors. It scaled 8 floors and 2.5 square kilometres, and only represents 10% of the total village. The whole site was only used as temporary accommodation for the locals where there was some threat to their safety. The corridors are narrow, dark and low and within 20 steps of our arrival, Charley's claustrophobia kicked in and we both left the group to spend our time waiting in the sunshine above ground.
The others reported that it was interesting - ...
... we might replicate in the US. We prepared lentil soup, stuffed eggplants, phyllo pancakes with cheese, green beans with tomatoes, ezme -- a tomato-pepper condiment-- and even baklava. The very best was what we referred to as #23, its number of the menu, a eggplant, yogurt and beef dish. Its real name, hunkarbegendu, is simply unpronounceable. We plan to try these dishes at home (well, probably not the baklava), and if you are very lucky, you might get to sample the results.
... its way through the surrounding mountains. Cut into the rocks are dwelling churches, monasteries. Boulders everywhere; escarpments and cliffs everywhere and the ever present Melendiz River.
After walking the "wrong" way, we eventually found our way to and through a village and found that we were on the “wrong” side of the river.
It did not matter as the views of ...
... each time to buy. The experience is intense, horrifying, sales pressure and it all started by innocently admiring a beautiful rug! For me thankfully the guys phone started ringing, he took the call and I left the room, ah! but that was not the end of it. Out in the corridor faced with many doors I had no idea what door the rest of my group was behind! I start opening doors and discover the same performance is going on behind each door. It started to feel like ...