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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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... a funky kilim in cream, orange, grey and turquoise. It really is "her". We asked the carpet man where we should have dinner, and he pointed us across the road to a new restaurant. Outside they had clay pots with bread lids cooking, so we decided on that for dinner. It was basically a lamb stew which was meltingly tender, but the presentation was fabulous.
It was then home to a toasty room for a great nights sleep.
... ele, mas vamos lá!!! Foi um apanhado de sensações durante mais de 2 horas que me senti uma deusa grega sendo mimada, cuidada e tratada com muito carinho. Nem nos meus 2 dias da noiva fui tão bem cuidada e me diverti tanto…rs. Dentre cosméticos naturais no rosto, sauna, banho de piscina, duchas e massagens, fui para o esperado “banho”. Bem, imaginem uma sala imensa, toda de mármore, um bando de mulher pelada sendo lavadas por outras mulheres. Aqui preciso de uma ...
... the region is an amazing cave town, honeycombed with dwellings, religious and secular chambers.
Sat 20th: Drove to Goreme Open Air Museum, which contains the finest of the rock-cut churches, ...
... br> Cappadocia means the land of beautiful horses, if anyone is wondering.
There are estimated to be 2 million fairy chimneys in the area formed by volcanic dust - tufa, and basalt. The tufa is soft and gets eroded easily by wind, melting snow, rain etc. they are estimated to be up to 5 million years old. The fact they are so soft has enabled civilisations to mould them to become dwellings.
We were taken to a ceramic display and also ...
... exit. There is about 20 of us left in the audience to continue the fun. Day 9 - South Cappadocia More of the "fairy chimneys"/giant termite mounds. With suggestions from the tour guide we spend the morning doing our own exploring. In the afternoon drive to other spot this time requiring an entry fee included in the tour to enter the underground city world of early Christians except this time the caves are bigger decorated, include art work were communal ...