Cappadocia Tourist Hotel
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... several times to the bar in Goreme that serves Vegemite on toast as a bar snack. We also enjoyed the local specialty - casserole (meat or vegetarian) cooked in clay pots. Very tasty.
The highlight though was being joined by the wonderful Alex on holiday from London for a week!
Luckily for us, we weren't heading home after our sailing adventure, but were continuing on to one of Turkey's top destinations. If you talk to any tourists about Turkey, without fail one of the questions they will ask (and now we will be joining the ranks) is, did you make it to Cappodocia? This question not only springs from the fact that it's such a unique and 'must visit' attraction in Turkey, but also because it's simply so far away, smack bang in the middle of this very big country. ...
... A fair deal by all accounts. I spoke to Ali about my plans to do some of the tours I’d seen advertised to the underground city and the sites of where Star Wars was filmed. Ali waved me off saying that he or his sister would take me. To come back later that evening and we would sort it out. I thanked him and went back to my cave for a nap. Unfortunately I woke up at 9pm, ruining any plans to take him up on his offer. I managed a few Skype calls before ...
Cappadocia is the last stop on our lightening fast tour of Turkey. The region is famous for its cave houses and so it was only fitting that our hotel room was built to resemble the inside of a cave… albeit a luxurious one. Accompanying the stunning marble-floored and stone walled room was a beautiful swimming pool 2 meters from our doorway. We had three days in Cappadocia but we didn't fill it all with swimming and sunbathing by the pool. We visited ...
... traps are very creative including such devices as large round stones to block doors and holes in the ceiling through which the defenders may drop spears. These defence systems were mainly used against the Romans. The tunnel system had thin corridors so the Romans couldn't fight in groups and made it easier to pick them off. Certain similarities to the Vietcong Cu Chi tunnels. The size of these caves is immense. The hidden church that I've ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility