Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa
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... time after the sun wax up and we were a thousand odd feet higher, and then I was bored. You go so slowly and you are looking at the same things the whole time, there is only so much you can take. Good thing we were coming to the end, as the cars on the ground are chasing us around and touch down. We were told we would get a champagne and cake when we arrived, sparkling apple juice is not the same. But we did get a certificate.
... we had heard of a balloon accident in Cappadocia and many people died, which had put me off a bit. But I figured that the chances of us having a balloon accident were slimmer than having a traffic accident, so it shouldn't stop me from doing it. And I am SO glad I did! There were about 24 people in our basket, which had 4 sections with about 6 people in each. The views were spectacular. We watched the sun rise over the mountains and had great views of the caves and ...
Ok, where do I begin to describe today? For some people heaven on earth is a day at the beach, for others it may be shopping on 5th Avenue in New York. For me, heaven on earth is in Göreme National Park in Cappadocia. We woke up after a long day of travel and walked out to find snow falling all around. A little upset as we ate breakfast because the weather wasn't really working in our favor for a day of hiking. We ate a traditional Turkish breakfast and was ...
... pilots. As it took off you couldn't even feel that you were moving as it was so quiet and smooth. If anyone comes to Cappadocia and doesn’t do the balloon ride they are mad because the views are just sensational, must be very close to being the top destination for hot air ballooning. The ride finished after an hour and at the completion there was champagne and the pilots said that this was a celebration of life after every successful landing.
... rendering our kitties alone, unfed, and unsupervised :( We email-connected our cat sitter and our landlord and hoped for the best, trying to just enjoy our first full day.
Osman sat down with us and gave us a lot of great info about the Cappadocia region. Our exhaustion got the best of us (hadn't slept in a bed in 48 hours or so), so we napped until the mid-afternoon.
Luckily, when we got ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service