Argos In Cappadocia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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What an amazing establishment! Love everything about it - its location, buildings, the immaculate, stylish restoration, views over the valley etc
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... I'm not tired, I want to get up, I ... zzzzzz." Except for Evie, we all slept until 10:40, just in time for breakfast which ended at 11am. We had a lazy rest of the morning deciding around 1pm it was time for phase 2 of our day - a half day tour to one of the 36 underground cities. We agreed to have the bus meet us a the hotel's associated carpet shop in town at 2:40-ish (Turkish for 3:15). No problem as Ali the shop keeper was ...
... the kids, the kitchen, and below was the parents room and a washroom. The toilet was outside. Their expectations were to be able to hand the house down to their son (of course, no matter that the girls were older. It really is a man's world in Turkey). I should add that the house also had electricity, TV and internet access. Our next stop was to another rug maker. I found this more interesting than the last one - less of a sales pitch for a start. There are a number ...
... Deddeman Hotel. Oh and they were booked for speeding by the cops and have a fine to pay before we leave Turkey. Ironic really since I was the one doing the silly speeds today!
The Travellers is a lovely hotel. But more of that tomorrow. We are booked on a balloon flight and will be picked up from the hotel at 4.45am. Yes, that's a quarter to five in the morning and it's already 11pm as we head down from the roof restaurant to get our heads ...
After another early morning flight we landed in the Cappadocia region, land of the fairy chimneys. This area has the arid look of a Georgia O'Keefe landscape. Unusual rock formations, the fairy chimneys, pepper the terrain. These stone pillars are formed from tufa, volcanic ash from a distant volcano. Beginning in the first century BC, people dug into the columns to create homes and churches. Lacking much wood for construction, the people made use of the materials ...
Today we had a free day to do whatever we wanted, which was nice since yesterday was so jammed pack with things to do and being up so early. Tried to sleep in but very bright in my room so was up around 8 am. Hung around the hotel and sat out by the pool since it was very nice here around 24 degrees, then took a walk into town for something to eat. Very sad thing happened here is Turkey a few days ago, there was a ...