Cappadocia Tourist Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... are incredible, although not very well sign posted. Our first afternoon, Serdar dropped us off at the entrance to Love valley for the "easy" hike through the white canyon. We probably stopped too long taking silly photos with the phallic like rocks the Love Valley is named after, by which time the temperature and light were dropping rapidly, and at a few points we were concerned we might be stuck in the valet for the night. The problem was that there were paths, but there ...
Cappadocia deserves a chapter just for her, a trip just to her, a month at least just for her. It is a very interesting, a region rich in history, drives scenarios, unique geography and climate, kindly people and not to mention the energy that cames from this place. That's incredible. The Cappadocia is a region (about 15 thousands km2), which has several cities. The geography marked by volcanic phenomenon of volcanoes arising as Argeu (Erciyes - the highest mountain in Central ...
... skinny mushrooms where gnomes might live.
We then drove down to the Underground City of Kaymakli where the ancient Hittite people dug their asses off for hundreds of years for storage space and a cool place to live. The Hittites were tiny, Ewoke-sized people and some tunnels were so low I was at a 90* angle to get through. Centuries later, Christians who lived in the area expanded the cities into massive labyrinths, ...
... to Capadocia in eastern Turkey. We arrive early morning in Cappadocia are collected from the bus stop taken to the hotel and spend most of the day sleeping after the overnight bus trip that included several Turkish coffee (very strong) stops along the way!!! The hotel is lovely all brick the rooms almost seem carved out of rock and it's clean, the beds are good and what luck we have a small kitchen and washing machine in our room! Day 8 - North Cappadocia ...
... awesome cave/ canyon system. We ducked and weaves through between the high walls of stone, crawled through caves, tried to avoid the large spider webs hidden in the dark, and we loved every second. After an hour or so hiking we found some chimneys which hadn't been completely closed up with rock walls preventing entry. There was a gap in the wall large enough for us to fit through. We looked in carefully in case someone was living there then crawled into the cavern. It was so great. ...