Cappadocia Cave Hotel
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Next stop on our world tour - Cappadocia. This area is pretty much smack dab in the middle of Turkey and is known for its unusual moon-like landscape, underground cities, cave churches, and houses carved in the rock. Cappadocia is definitely an interesting town with a very loooooong history. There were a couple highlights for me while staying in …
... in times of trouble or war to protect themselves and their families. It's amazing to see what people can do. I really liked seeing the ventilation shafts that run from top to bottom, five stories in all. However some of those passageways were really small and we had to suck walk to get down them. I guess when your carving in rock you only take out as much as you need to! On the way back to Kayseri we made two stops at scenic areas. These are ...
... to offer travellers and tourists - this tiny little place in the middle of nowhere is teeming with travel agencies, rental businesses, cafes, restaurants, carpet and souvenir shops....I love these places....Katmandhu, eat your heart out!!
Royal Balloons' office is an impressive stone building which is also a hotel. There are two wings, the King Wing and the Queen Wing, named after their balloon flights, a Queen flight being 60 minutes and a ...
... As we traveled, the landscape became more rugged. Patterns of tall cones and columns began to appear, some with carved openings. These are the famed caves of the Cappadocia region.
We stopped for a morning cup of Turkish coffee and an opportunity to view the landscape. Later, we stopped for lunch at a Turkish restaurant that was situated in a cave carved out of the large columns that dotted the landscape. As we enjoyed our coffee and later lunch, Mehmet began ...
Our hotel has cave-like rooms, not caves, they’re very nice though. Some of the rooms are just standard, there’s a pool, and our room faces into a little courtyard with a pond, grass and small garden. There’s a very large restaurant which obviously caters to group tours and that’s where we ate, it was a buffet, our people sat at three big tables and it was a chance to get to know each other rather than just seeing ...
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