Canyon View Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsCanyon View Hotel Goreme
We loved our cave stay. Fantastic restoration, very competitive prices & awesome buffet breakfast a bit different from the usual turkish brekky, loved the dried fruit assortment!
Other bonus's included, great location, great view, great spa!
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... guano. Could be a viable post-retirement option for me!
Love Valley is the euphemistic name for a valley of rock towers strongly resembling male genitalia. Erosion has whittled down columns of softer tufa stone, leaving a larger "knob", composed of harder igneous Rock, on top. A primitive fertility cult has grown up around the objects, with woman from all over the world coming to worship at their base. Karen has joined this cult.
... who were moving on and found a cosy bar that made fresh mulled wine to order and supplied us with fresh mandarins and roasted chestnuts free of charge. My last day in Goreme before I flew out the next morning to Paris was particularly special. If I wasn't including my final night over in France, this was my last official day of my European trip (even though technically I had crossed over into Asia when I took that ferry across the Dardanelles). I woke bright ...
... a fairyland.
Since I last came through here nearly forty years ago there have been over 100 hotels built into the hillsides and caves. Hot air ballooning and trekking are the most popular activities. In summer there can be 100 hot air balloons in the air at the same time, but in winter there may only be 30.
The fairy chimneys are the result of lava ash, wind and water erosion for hundreds of ...
... sit down a few times to make the rooms feel bigger, can't imagine living in the city for 5 months at a time! We had coffee at an old mans cafe and played the rummy game with them, and again French was the common language. On our last day in cappadocia we headed for coffee after. Using our tickets for an 8pm overnight bus to the Black Sea. We found ourselves in the company of a lovely Australian Nicci, ended up drinking ...
... The place we went was a huge stone cave building that could hold 1000 people. We were glad that it was a small crowd tonight. Judy and I had an entire table to ourselves. They started bringing food and a bottle of red wine, a bottle of white wine and a bottle of water. They also offered us beer and coke, but we declined. The amount of food was overwhelming. These were local Turkish dishes, not the best we've had, but still good. There was a lot ...