Burcu Kaya Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Two slightly crumpled travelers left the old town for a hotel in Taxim near the square before joining a group tour of Turkey. We drove under the Valens Aquaduct- constructed in 375AD. It is 64 metres from sea level & 20 metres from ground level & 800 metres of the original remains. We walked through streets we had already covered into a …
We drove to an underground city used by the Hittites from 1700BC as a bolt- hole in times of attack. They tunneled through rock & created living spaces. Rooms, food stores , animal feed areas, cooking rooms, large stones for grinding herbs for cooking, huge millstone doors with a central hole for a spear head to go through. The area is UNESCO …
... hands you all out bottled cold water....you are probably in for at least a 1hr extra wait. In commerce this takes the form of Apple tea and a comfy chair, but is more easy to spot how much the hot sugary glass is going to cost than in other services...such as bribery to wait at 11pm for an hour at the airport when after 30min and no indication of plan, you are trying to work out if you can hijack the transfer bus with all the Asian tourists in it and ...
... and handmade items for sale. The wife is making a delicious smelling rice dish. Our last big stop in the heat of the day is a Roman underground city. It is incredible to imagine that thousands lived here, in 7 underground levels. All of their day to day lives were spend in this city where they felt safe and protected from invaders. They did come out to farm, but all of the production was stored in ...
... There are 935 million Muslims in the world of which 17% to 18% are in Turkey. Turkey has been Muslim since the 9th century.
Good Muslims pray five times a day and cleanse beforehand - neck, feet, face, arms, hands, ears, forehead.
We also visited a whirling dervish museum - whirling dervishes were a sect who used whirling - approx 60 turns/minute - as a means of meditation.
Turkey has three earthquake fault lines and in ...