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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... follows the river as it winds between rugged cliffs. Nice chats along the way with fellow travellers. Lunch by the river.
Next stop, Eski Gumusler Monastery. The rooms and passages of the 7th century church are carved out of the rocks, some decorated with paintings. A great place to explore.
The highlight of the tour was the Kaymakli underground city, the largest in the area built originally by the Hittites and occupied and extended ...
... happy to give us apple tea and share some of the fascinating aspects of Turkish carpet weaving. Once our tour bus arrived we were off to Kaymakli the widest underground city covering 4 square km. The city was tunneled our originally by the Hittites in 1700 BC and over time was extended to 8 levels and could hold 30,000 people. They were used primarily as hiding places during the many invasions of the area, but had kitchens, food ...
... We shared the meal that was recommended, the testi kebab. It is beef cubes with tomato, onion and garlic cooked in a clay pot. It was delicious and very original! After lunch we visited a pottery store. It is a family run store that had some amazing products. Adam even got to give it a go, and I was amazed at how well he did. I don't think he will be making master pieces anytime soon but he didn't do too badly. We were all pretty exhausted by this time and ...
... calls to prayer broadcast from the minarets of the mosques, first at dawn which is currently about 3.30AM! A lovely, haunting call in Arabic. Muslims are expected to pray 5 times a day but there seem to be 6 calls... In case you miss one. (I am writing this in the mountain village of Kayakoy a week later and have just heard the last call at 10.00pm) Our introduction to a Turkish buffet breakfast, See pictures - but dishes of sliced cucumber, tomato, thick, creamy ...
... end, but he reiterated his and all of Turkey’s love for Australia! At this particular bar called Fat Boys, they even had meat pies and vegemite toast on the menu!! After our stay in Turkey, particularly Cappadocia, I would say the same thing applies for our love of Turkey and the Turkish people!
Cappadocia is a dreamlike, fairy tale place of incredible beauty that I would highly recommend, if not demand, should be on the top of any traveller’s itinerary to Turkey!