Asia Minor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and the taxman. Some of these are the biggest underground towns in the world. On to Goreme and a taste of what is to come with fantastic Rick formations weathered from the soft rock. Our hotel tonight is a small hotel built of the local stone. We are the only tour group here, which is a relief, but the rooms are pretty basic. The food is good ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">Emma tried the self service, but it wouldn't work, so we were told to go to the desks. There the girl told us our reservations had been cancelled! We needed to go to the ticket desk. The girl there was unable to tell us why they had been cancelled other than it was a credit card issue. We then said we'd just buy new ones. Oh ...
... went for another view, this time called Imagination Park because many of the geological features could be considered other shapes. Finally (and we were very tired) we went to the ‘seramix’ outlet where we watched the kick-start wheel and Harry from our group did some inappropriate potting and then we watched how they made the decoration. The work was so magnificent and it was ...
... do cristianismo e seus mais diversos santos que nasceram nessa região.
No segundo, e último dia, cordei às 4h da manha pois tinha reservado um vôo de balão (alguém consegue imaginar meu “bom humor”?...rs) e o tempo estava péssimo, muita ventania e de repente começa uma mega chuva. Fui acordar o cara da recepção do hostel, pois alguém deveria vir me pegar para o passeio de balão. Era de noite e eu parecia uma criança na madrugada esperando o presente do Papai ...
... bus collects us in the morning and it's a different bunch of tourists and a new guide. We reach the site and run the usual gauntlet of locals begging us to buy something, anything from them, they are very insistent. Cappadocia is a surreal eroded landscape where early Christians burrowed into cliffs to produce chapels, homes and a complete underground city. Many of the hotels continue this tradition. The guide books describe the landscape as "fairy ...