Aravan Evi Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at Goreme. This is a valley with seven Byzantine churches carved into the rock face all with wonderful frescoes in various styles from the 8cAD to 13cAD. Some were vibrant colours and others in monochrome red ochre but all delightful. This was the highlight of the trip but sadly you are not allowed to take photos even with the flash turned ...
... In the evening, we attended a Whirling Dervishes performance in an old covered cavern . Those are people who follows the mantra of Sema. Dervish really means beggars because the followers live a very simple life. They believe from a single cell to the whole universe everything revolves. The whirling is a meditation which is in sync with the cycle of life. The Cappadocia experience was a highlight of our trip through ...
... also trying to maintain the old traditions. This family today had been in the business for 6 generations. The high quality work was done by hand by master craftsmen and women. They work in both terracotta and porcelain. I was very tempted by a bowl but Harry will be glad to know I resisted - 950 TL (NZD 542) was just a bit beyond what I wanted to pay and also there was no way I could get it home, despite the nice man saying saying he could ship it for free. These visits ...
... coldest part was after we landed. The weather was very good, not crystal clear but good enough for us to be totally wowed. The flight lasts about 45 - 50 minutes and covers the most amazing alien countryside for which this Cappadocia region is famous. In fact I think Goreme, one of the local towns is a world heritage site. If you are looking on the map you probably want to locate Konya, go east and look for places like Aksaray, Nevsehir and Kayseri. That is where we have ...
... His mausoleum is inside the museum which is really more like a small mosque. We found the place really interesting given we had been to the performances of the dervishes a few nights before, and it gave us a much greater understanding of the sect and what they were about, including what the dance is all about. From the museum we left Konya and headed out onto the old Silk Road to visit a small place called Sultanhani. Sultanhani is a restored caravanserai and ...