Aravan Evi Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Time for a shuttle to the airport near Nevşehir. Shuttle's on time. James Dean is driving. Same hair, same attitude. We're off. No wait we're not. First a drive up a back alley to pick up a last fare. Then on our way, no wait. Cross town we go to pickup three Latinos from Miami. We met them a few days back. There are more Latinos here than English speakers. Juan - his real name - is running a bit late so so are we. Finally he pays his room bill and ...
... that overlooks Cappadocia and decide to not make a further climb for a view point lower than yesterday's balloon ride gave us. We walk carefully down through ancient Uçižar towards love valley. Between Uçižar and Love valley lies the main road. Looking at it from a distance the fresh asphalt and bright white lines make the road look fake complete with toy buses and cars travelling along it. From there the directions get vague depending ...
... layers of calcium carbonate on the slopes. We also went to Aphrodisias which was a shrine from as early as 5800BC. At some point it was dedicated to Aphrodite, the goddess of love. During Byzantine times it became a Christian basilica. It contains a massive stadium 250 m long and a museum with the amazing statues and reliefs that were found on the site. Finished off yesterday with yogurt and honey with opium poppy seeds and seeing whirling ...
... maintaining balloon elevations right over our room. Pants on and out the door just in time to catch the sight and sound of a flare up of several balloons less than 75 feet overhead. Buffet breakfast and hit the trails in pigeon valley by 10. Prehistoric caves built in hills and towers of stone. Lisa and I are alone. Everyone has headed for higher ground to look into the valley. We have the place to ourselves. Way up on the plateau we see ...
After our second breakfast we began our tour of the local area. To do this we joined up with a tour run by a local travel agent and organised for us by our hotel; usually we prefer travelling independently, but decided to give an organised tour a go this time.
We visited two sets of rock formations first- climbed around and admired some shaped like other things- for example a camel, a hand, two whirling dervishes, the Virgin Mary with her ...