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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... a pillow case to create the foam. It was very clever. After this we had time in a plunge pool but because it was pretty cold we only lasted a few mins. We dried off and went to find the other girls outside. They were on loungers enjoying Turkish apple tea, so we joined them. We met up with the boys after getting dressed and we're off back to the hotel. After dinner it was bed time as we knew we had a big day exploring ...
... very strong opinions which she was clearly not shy to air, and although a practicing muslim was very secular and modern in her world views. Her opinion of Obama's foreign policy also matched mine. :) Apart from the people aspect, Cappadocia is just beautiful. The natural rock formations are, of course, the highlight of the place. But the human history associated with this region that dates back to 2000 BC makes it just a very unique place. Then we had lunch ...
... really white. and, it did lead, however, to some very canadian "let's talk about the weather all the time" as we huddled around the wood stove with the hotel family. and as they all took almost as many pictures as we did on their phones and tablets. so,we mostly spent our time walking around. we explored some exotic sounding valleys - the gorkundere, the gulludere, the kuzilcukur valley and some others. less exotically known as the love valley(see preivous notes ...
... and K-H have arrived earlier in the day and are installed At the Travellers
Cave Hotel. After some phone calls and several stops to ask direction I finally pull in at 7pm.
This far east it is dark early. Geographically speaking if we travel due south we would hit the eastern tip of Cyprus. A little further east and it's Syria.
So happy reunions all round. Charly and K-H stayed in Konya last night at the ...
... could see where caves and former dwellings had been made in the tall mushroom shaped rock formations and were taken to an underground old city called Kaymakli where people had lived in 6 centuries BC. At first I thought I would be able to cope going through increasingly narrowing passageways underground but then I realised I really don't like such claustrophobic places and,along with about 10 others from our group turned round and got out when I had the chance. I found it far ...