Canyon View Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- 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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... that 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 ...
... creates some pretty cool cakes if you'd like to have a look - https://www.facebook.com/groups/2023152 23233995/.
So - tips for the day:
DO: Get to Cappadocia for a balloon ride. It'll be the best money you'll spend on your Turkey holiday.
DON'T: forget to book a shuttle bus from the nearby airports (Kayseri or Neveshir). Yes, you can get to Goreme by public bus but it's just so much more inconvenient!
It has been an extremely long day and I am dead tired. So, I think this shall be a short and uninspiring blog entry. So, after coming back from the hot air balloon ride, I took some time to freshen up and write the blog. But the plan for late morning was to cover one of Göreme's or in fact, Cappadocia's prime attractions - the Göreme Open Air Museum. This is a collection of monasteries and churches carved in the stone structures we see around ...
... to be fair, we wouldn't have done the hip off the big slick penis-head rock down onto the scrabbly tranny.) anyway, everything is funner on a bike. there is definitely that thing though, that you don't see as much as you zoom along; we were happy that we mostly picked a trail to ride that we had already hiked. and then there was the human intervention element. it's not enough apparently that all these reallly cool structures exist to delight us. the previous inhabitants ...
... structures and decided that another force must have been responsible for their being and called then fairy houses.
We headed first to Aydin Kiragi - a lookout which led down into a valley. We walked down to Gorkun Dere - encountering some pretty slippery rock formations as we entered the valley itself and got a perspective of the changing rock variations along the way.
At the bottom there was a little handicrafts stall and juice cart and of course we took ...