Kozakli Asos Thermal

Address: Kaplicalar Mevki Kozakli Merkez, Kozakli, Nevsehir, Cappadocia, 50600, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kaplicalar Mevki Kozakli Merkez, Kozakli, Nevsehir, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Nevsehir

Turkish Planes and Cave Hotels

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Oct 29, 2014

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... gardens and walkways everywhere. The Sultan room #125 consists of two large cave rooms with rounded walls and ceilings. There are small nooks in the walls with small pieces of pottery. It was simply amazing. I find it funny that when I pick the places we end up at Best Western quality places and Christine 'accidentally' finds these extravagant places. I think my pops has influenced her more than she knows. We dined at ...

Turkey, where East really meets West, also for me

A travel blog entry by foegoer on Sep 12, 2014

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... 8216;bodies’ a bit sad though. On the way down I have tea with some road workers, and soon after I get a lift again. It is with these nice men that I visit Arsemia, another historically impressive sight. It is here that I spot the first tourists and tacky souvenir shop! I am about halfway through Turkey by now…

Driving further West…
stopping at Kahramanmaras, according to Suphi a famous ice-cream making city, stopping at Mado a ...

Cappadocia

A travel blog entry by jzgiler on May 03, 2014

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Goreme has a Unesco world heritage site in its valley, also a national monument. the whole area was once a volcanic caldera and over the years, starting around 1700 bc, underground caves were constructed by the Assyrians, then the Hittites used them for storage of wine and grain, but after 52 C.E, elaborate underground cities were dug out going down 60 m (8 levels). We visited the largest Kaymakli, has i8 levels, 4 of which have been excavated. it is a labyrinth of small, ...

Back to Istanbul

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 07, 2013

... buses. Darren went to the bathroom while I put our bags on the bus, then Tom (aussie guy) came to find me to say he found a shop inside that sold headphones! So when Darren got back we went inside with Tom where we found them, but they were all headsets for different types of phones, not simple jack inputs! We asked the guy at the counter who told us they had them next door, so we went over there and found a pair almost identical to the ones he'd lost! Yay! It ...

Seven Hundred up and Seventy down!!

A travel blog entry by sarah_and_ox on Sep 30, 2013

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... much more settled when we were on the long highway, we noticed some tourists on a quad bike trying to get to (we assume) one of the underground cities. We couldn't believe how far they had come on a quad! There was no way they would get to either of the sites- but props to them for giving it a red hot go, that's for sure!! For the last 5km of getting to Kaymakli, we followed a tour bus, thinking that for sure it would be going to pick up people from Kaymakli- and we were right!! ...