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Early start to the Goreme Open Air Museum where we saw the rock landscapes and troglodyte houses. Many churches with painting depicting John the Baptist and Virgin Mary. Such a varied religious history. Also stopped many times to see fairy chimneys. Pide lunch at local restaurant and a visit to pottery museum. Pottery was really nice, a master demonstrated making a wine jug and I bought one. Oh ...
... reme will promote "cave" rooms. I think there are some that are authentically caves built into the sides of hills, but some are just free standing buildings with the interior walls made to look like a cave, therefore, fake!! Just watch out for this if you think you are paying for a cave experience. I stayed at "Stay in Peace Hostel" which offered cave dorms and then normal dorms. It is only 2 months open and was the house of the family that now run ...
... settings imaginable! Floating over fabulous 'fairy chimney' rock formations, we saw the sunrise, the second-largest mountain in Turkey, vineyards, the Unesco World Heritage Site and an ancient town we'll be seeing from ground level later today, bare hills and enscarpments and last but not least, lots of other balloons. The sight of the sky filled with colourful hot air balloons is something I've always dreamed of seeing.
... Now, he says its all about money. We talked over tea as the call to prayer rang out from the green-lit mosque across the way. My passport wasn't there. I went back to the cafe with wifi, where I sat on a couch and played with a golden retriever who playfully rolled over on his back when the waitress tried to get him to leave. I hang out near this cafe when I want to check my email or online map. No passport there either. I notified the secretary at City Hall. My hotel ...
... landscape and the ingenuity of the people. As well as above ground, we discovered that immense underground cities were built and we were able to go underground in a section of one such city to 7 levels below ground level. Booby traps, short cuts and tunnels connecting cities made even Alexander the Great unable to conquer these people. We have three nights here. Just as well, there is so much to see. Back at the hotel and we call the bank. Thankfully ...