Aravan Evi Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Walked around the shopping streets, a coffee in a cafe. Enjoying a Relaxing time in the afternoon and then off for the balloon flight. There was a bit of a breeze so we came down a little earlier, as we were venturing out of the boundary allowed for the balloons. Also before the power lines and rough ...
... of the early life of Christ and Mary as well as wonderful frescos. All surprisingly well preserved given the age - youngest bits being a mere 600 years old. Lunch in a very stylish restaurant right next door which served one of the best meals we have had - cold yoghurt soup with chick peas and mint, followed by a round pastry filled with ground black olives, a main course if a delicious chicken stew with apricots and nuts and a tasty rice pudding Turkish style for ...
... and then people were called to go and find their driver to take them to their balloon. We arrived at our balloon as it was being filled, and the sky was beginning to lighten. All around us we could see balloon heading into the sky, over the barren landscape dotted with huge rocks. It's almost impossible to explain how beautiful it was as we left the ground, souring gracefully into the sky. For about one and a quarter hours ...
... nearly double in places. I determine once and for all that I was not intended to be a hobbit! Needless to say I have added it to my list if been there, done that, need never do it again! Lunch in another village where they have built a modern Caravanserai - good food quickly served. Then it was off to a local pottery where the same family have been producing traditional pottery in one of the cave houses we have come to know, for over 200 years. Beautiful stuff but ...
... inhabited and it was a major centre of the early Christian Church. Tiny little churches cut into the cliff face, painted frescoes still clearly depicting key moments in the history of the church, bodies of early saints uncovered - hard to imagine a monastery functioning in such an alien environment. After, yet another Turkish lunch at yet another mega hotel with spectacular views, those of us who wanted ...