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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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... driver at the airport with his sign. 2. STORYTELLING No surprise here but it's interesting the kind of stories that come out. The less advanced resort to the classics of 'sick baby' or 'i live so far away from here, but travel to support my family'....the more advanced weave you into a web where you are so involved you just buy or sell anything to move to the next consumer. I was best impressed on this one however by my husband, who I think may have out ...
... city. We were grateful for the coolness of the city compared to the 100 degree heat outside! On our way back to Goreme, we stopped at a winery and had some samples of the local Cappadocian wines. It was pricy $30+, so we didn't like it that well! :) We said goodbye to Mustafa and look forward to our free day tomorrow. Since I wrote more on the photos today, I'm not writing as many detail in this section. ...
... in Dinez there was a 6.2 magnitude. In 1999 Istanbul suffered a 7.2 that killed 30,000 people. Many construction companies were fined and individuals given jail terms due to shoddy building standards.
Ooh, almost forgot we also visited a caravanserais. These were almost like boarding houses built by the sultan to give safe rest to the merchants who travelled the Silk Road.
We have to be up early tomorrow for an exciting adventure - up up and ...
... we had dinner down in the town, I had a traditional cappadocian dish, a curry type kebab that is cooked in a clay pot, the clay expands and a hammer is used to 'bang' the lids off. The waiter insisted that I used the hammer to remove the lid...getting in with the locals ;-) we had a early night, partly due to the early/long day we'd just had and also due to the fact we had to be awake at 4am...again. To fly again, but this time in a balloon. Turns out a few other people in ...
... at least 300 photos during the hour's flight as the sights were simply stunning.
It seemed a fitting place to scatter a few more of Nick's ashes, which I did over the side of the basket as the sun rose over the hillside casting a gorgeous rosy glow on us and all the other balloons. It was good to have him with me, in some way.
The balloons were not silent, as every now and then there was a short burst of gas... otherwise, the noise they make is a bit ...