Cappadocia Cave Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... civilisations. Amazing efforts of engineering, the city extends over 8 levels, although we were only able to explore 4.
Big day and early to bed again in the hope we will take to the air tomorrow morning.
What an amazing morning. Floating above this beautiful landscape as the sun rose, with up to 100 balloons gracefully filling the sky is a special memory we will have of our time here. Finished off the day with a ...
... areas and even a church. After touring the underground city, we were dropped off at Uchisar with its hillside cathedral and amazing views of the valley. From there we set off on a 45 minute hike that turned into a mildly worrisome 2 hour hike. We went down what seemed like the right trail (in retrospect the overgrown trail might have been a clue) but eventually the trail ended at a sheer cliff. After Tom did some reconnaissance, ...
... was almost time for home. We stopped for two quick photo opportunities and then arrived back at the hotel. We were due to go to a Turkish night at 8pm, but we still had a few hours to sleep and eat dinner. Unfortunately for Adam this was also the time Yavuz was going to the barbers. So instead of sleeping Adam went for a cut throat shave. It also included a face, arm and neck massage, as well as a fire ear trim, nose hair trim and cheek wax. Adam also had a ...
... different cheeses four pottery jars of jam and one of fragrant, clear honey, hard boiled eggs, mild green jalapeño peppers, salty, small black olives and luscious large green olives, freshly baked bread, dried fruit including ...dried white mulberries, hot cheese boregi - sticks of cheese wrapped in filo and quick fried, black and green olives. Cool water in large earthenware jug (evaporative cooling), strong coffee, Turkish tea in a samovar. Butter must have been ...
Today started well. Nearly everyone had had a good night's sleep and while the stomachs were a bit tender and no one was much inclined to eat, at least everyone was ready to continue the tour. We awoke to cold, snow and fog in Konya, but it wasn't too long before the fog burned off to a lovely sunny day. We didn't spend much time in Konya, just long enough to visit the Mevlana Museum. The Mevlana museum is dedicated to Mevlana who founded the order of the ...