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TravelPod Member ReviewsCappadocia Palace Urgup
We had good time and nothing to complain about. Everything was perfect. our rooms we cozy , the staff were very accomodative, they arranged our tours,, will definitely recommend this place
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... s in length. There are many towers and several gates but the only one we climbed was above the Mardin gate where we got a great view out over the valley of the Tigress and over the old city too. I sat on the parapet while L took a photo, good job there wasn’t any wind, it was a long way down.
The main streets through the old city were bustling with people yet the narrow alleys and lanes were very quiet and nowhere near as dirty as we had expected. ...
... we also went to some of the best preserved stone houses and fairy chimneys in the area as well as the Goreme open air museum to see the remaining rock churches and monasteries left over from the 10th century. Many of the churches have collapsed or are in the process of doing so, but the remaining are still richly decorated with frescos, tombs and ornate columns (unfortunately no photos are allowed of the good stuff). After a very long day I had another nap before having dinner ...
... in comparison... We arrived Istanbul and though sounding chaotic, the local flight to Kayaseri was at least short and efficient. We were then brought to the town of Urgup where we were to stay for most of the time in Cappadocia. Our hotel is in the old part of town with a very rural feel. It is wonderfully quiet, all we can hear are donkey bells and birds. We can see mountains and fields, as well as these amazing Cave houses, many now hotels, dug into the ...
... the guy at reservations to just flag us a regular yellow cab.
We loaded our stuff (he had to struggle to get everything in the small trunk but he was well equipped with ropes and stuff) and told the guy to hurry. Big mistake. I swear he was the craziest driver I have ever had the misfortune of encountering. In hindsight it's a little funny, but he kept swearing, muttering,and at one point stopped in the middle of the street to ...
... in the area from about 1500 BC. It was very interesting to walk round, but very cramped and as the guide said, with the lack of true ventilation, it was not a long term living area.
The whole area has been interesting and beautifully, although I wish we had done a little more walking in the valleys so that we could appreciate the chimney's from below, as scrambling above them in 28 degree heat was not really fun. Interestingly, I think some of the guys from ...