Asia Minor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... pickup, I ran into the owner of the restaurant named Cappadocian Cuisine. I have eaten there for two nights, each time making conversation, so she knows me pretty well now. We talked and I told her about my plans. As we bid farewell, I took one final picture with her, and she said she was my Turkish mama. Haha ... Now, the bad part of the day. So, the airport shuttle was late. Little was I to know that this would set the trend for the day. The flight ...
... frescoes and had a look, but inundated with tourists, so we didn't hang around for long. (more pics) Saw weavers at work at at Bazaar 54 in Avanos. Then drove 3 hours to Konya.
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... and joked as we passed a small cemetery that it was only for balloon passengers.
We were back at Nomads by 7:30, had second breakfast, and then headed out for a hike while the day was still cool.
We picked up a stray dog on the way through town. Or perhaps he picked us up – we were standing still for a minute and I felt a wet tongue on the back of my leg – just a tentative lick. The strays in ...
... the waiting trailer parked below in the field. After the traditional post flight champagne toast, we headed back to Goreme, where I had a 1 hour nap before joining a tour of the countryside from the ground. I have an aversion to organised tours such as this, but it's really the only way to get around and see the sights in cappadocia. As is always the case with these tours, we were also taken to an underwhelming lunch and a pottery demonstration/overpriced pottery store. ...
... store today but no one in our group bought. We must be disappointing to them.
Yesterday was our biggest day - 630 km of driving, broken by visits to attractions. The last visit of the day was to an underground town at Seratli which was formed out of the caves and used by early Christians as an escape place from persecution by Romans. We saw the areas where they would all live when hiding and the big round lumps of stone used to close ...