Canyon View Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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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 morning. He had chosen our field to be away from all of them. There used to be 200 plus balloons but it is now regulated to 100. It was still dark with the touches of dawn just touching the sky. Then we climbed into the basket. One foothold here, another there and I'm in. Not hard and fun actually. Went through the 'crouch' position needed to land. And then we were off. Such a steady takeoff I never even noticed! This was beautiful. ...
... and it is quite expensive at €130......but it is one of the most memorable things I've ever done. Even before take off, just seeing literally hundreds of balloons up in the air, in the sunrise glow, in the silence.....it was very surreal and peaceful. Totally worth the expense. I do think our pilot was not as good as some others though. Where we came down for our close up view, it was in very boring terrain. Whilst others were in ...
... We were given champagne - it was the first champagne I've ever had that I've actually liked, because I could actually taste the grapes and I couldn't taste the underlying tannins or whatever it is that usually turns me off wine in general. We also got a beautiful flight certificate each.
Time for our second breakfast now... (our first breakfast was at about 04:30, part of the balloon trip deal). Then on for a day tour of the local ...
... Anyway, the bike was nice and solid, if a little heavy. As I rode away, I felt so free and so cool to not be on a scooter. That's right, I chose the motorcycle over the scooter because I'm better than that. Also, motorcycles are safer on highways, right? I rode past valleys and into a small town with a "castle" on top. The castle was actually a huge fairy chimney about 200 feet tall with a Turkish flag on top. I paid my 2 lira and climbed up ladders and slippery stone ...
... imagine a more breathtaking scene - made more spectacular by the myriad of colored balloons around us. Back by 9.00am we caught up on some lost sleep in time to spend the afternoon exploring the many hiking trails nearby. When we stumbled across another cluster of ancient homes behind the main town we were staggered to find that although damaged by earthquake, this amazing complex was not on the tourist track despite its grand dimensions and ...