Cappadocia Tourist Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Off in the distance we saw many snowy peaks. From Ogdir we continued south to Dogubayazit, nicknamed doggybiscuit back in the days when it was on the hippy trail to India. L remembers it for the freezing cold night she spent here in mid October 1970. Here, high on the mountain side overlooking the town is the very much restored Ishak Pasa Palace, probably just a heap of rubble back in 1970. We visited this palace and can’t help but wonder why, when it was ...
... last night with thunder and lightning, though not much rain. This morning the sky is overcast and more importantly, it's rather windy.
We all hang around the breakfast buffet at the assembly point until the expected news arrives. Flying is cancelled today. So it's back to the hotel for more sleep (lazy foreigners) and a chance to catch up with the blog diary (stalwart Brit).
... part of the 11th century. Turkey is loaded with artisans. They are taught to make poetry and weave from a very young age and everyone learns. So, of course we visited a ceramics factory where we had a tour and demonstration. And every good craft demo ends with a tour through the factory and discounts. Also, they serve tea or wine during the demos. We liked that part! Judy and I each bought a same cup decorated in a traditional design with symbolic ...
... some vague directions in search of another store. He never found the one he had directions for, but he managed to find another store. The man in the shop was very helpful and told Matt he would give him a call in the evening to let him know if it could be fixed. On his way back to the hotel Matt tried out a traditional Turkish taxi called a dolmush. Basically it is a small bus that drives around a specified area of the town and drops you off wherever you like along the way. ...
... for a traditional cappodocian dinner with whirling dervishes, traditiinal dances, bellt dancers. the food was not as good as expected but the entertainment was awesome and we all had a great night out the amoubt of alcohol consumed by some added to the hillarity. we got back to the hotel at 11pm with a 6pm wake up for another long day. as our tour nears an end we headed back to istanbul over 800km in distance. this tour has been fantastic and we have an awesome group and amazing ...