Cappadocia Cave Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... down regardless of who is at home, typical, but i left with class and much softer skin after another 4hrs of walking, making a large tip donation...holding my head up high at doing yet another new thing and greatful i did not do the group tour optional experience. On a side note also recited some lines from a poem on video camera for an interesting travel project we came across and slid on my bum down steep hills while seeing a bright yellow snake next to me in the bushes that i chose ...
... reach religious ecstasy.
Here is a paragraph from their brochure, describing why they twirl:
"Contemporary science confirms that the fundamental condition of our existence is revolving. There is no object, no being which does not revolve and the shared similarity among beings is the revolution of the electrons and protons. In the atoms, which constitute the structure of the smallest partial to the stars far in the sky. As a consequence of ...
... apart from Debbie.
We climbed again. The weather was cool, breezy and cloudy. As long as we kept riding, we weren't cold. Uchisar is a fascinating place - see description
"Uchisar is situated at the highest point in Cappadocia, on the Nevsehir-Goreme road, just 5 km from Goreme. The top of the Uchisar Castle, provides a magnificent panorama of the surrounding area with Mount Erciyes in the distance."
We were advised by ...
... if I just walked along the bottom of it. When I made it over there through a part of the Rose/Red Valley walk though I found a couple of trails - one that went along the bottom of the cliff face and one that went along the ridge. So I scrambled across some sandstone ridges, including making up a bit of the trail myself here which was fun before finally making it onto the lower trail. This was exhausting enough ...
... it or not, served the needs of the whole village. There was also a 30 metre tunnel linking two of the valleys. Nothing was visible from the outside then. Now erosion has once again caused the faces to slice away in areas; in particular straight through the large dome shaped church....incredible to see.
Now here is the most amazing thing - this village was inhabited right until 1952, when the Turkish government forced these guys to evacuate ...