Cappadocia Estates Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from the government but paid taxes on their goods in return. Then Cappadocia, first, on Tuesday, a morning balloon ride through the unearthly terrain (see separate entry). Then onto the Goreme open air museum, where we saw the really neat rock formations as well as some of the living quarters and churches that were carved of of them. Then onto the underground city, a 7 layer city under the ground that was used to escape enemies coming through the area. Not a fun place ...
We stayed at the resort hotel in Pumakkale which has thermal & mineral pools due to the earlier volcanic activity in the area. There had been many hotels but to maintain the water credibility UNESCO said they were to be removed as over use of the resources was damaging the water. Before the heat of the day became intense we set off for the ancient city of Hieropolis built 1000BC. The complete infrastructure was in place before ...
... At one place dark clouds appeared & then amazing sun rays seemed to touch the ground. Huge wind turbines were on mountain tops & Stephen got quite excited.
Stopped at Dinar for a delicious treat of the thickest yoghurt served with amber coloured honey & opium poppy seeds. An earthquake in Dinar in 1998 has left some buildings in a sad state & strict building codes have ...
We keep going back to turkey...
This time we flew to Cappadocia in central Turkey where there are heaps of old cave houses and rock churches and unusual rock formations. We spent time walking through some of the valleys and seeing all the ...
... Ramadan ends this weekend and there will be a 3 day National holiday so many people use this opportunity to travel back to their home towns and see family. We see lots of heavily laden cars both with belongings and people.
*The countryside soon opens up to offer some spectacular undulating scenery. We see more extensive sunflower cultivation made possible by irrigation channels. This area of central Turkey must also be a major cereal producer. It’s ...