Cave Hotel Saksagan
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I had been looking forward to this part of the trip, especially the opportunity to stay in a real fairy chimney and see the surreal, fantastic landscapes of the region. These did not disappoint and I was excited to visit yet more Silk Road sites, but ultimately I found the experience and area somewhat touristy. That was definitely a change from the …
... in winter and cool in summer.
The magic of Goreme is best experienced by hiking through the different valleys that surround the town and we were hoping for good weather in which to enjoy the surreal scenery. While we waited for better weather to roll in, we signed up for an organized tour (oh no!) to see some important sights that are both distant and somewhat difficult to get to by public transport. We did not want to deal with the hassle of ...
... been complete.
The next morning saw the start of the dilemma that Cappodocia then presents you with. What to do! We had 2 full days available and there was so much to explore. Do we go on a tour (the red, green, brown or blue ones?), do we do it ourselves, do we go for a hike, explore the surrounds and the BIGGEST and most expensive question we asked ourselves was - should we go on another hot air balloon flight? At 120 or more Euros each, it wasn't going to be a cheap ...
... s cousin. She had returned during her uni holidays to spend more time with him. Two of Ali’s friends rolled up in a miniature 2 seater jeep about the size of a quad bike, with a little cargo tray on the back. The passenger had a Styrofoam cup of whisky in his hand and I smiled watching the exchange between the boys, all in their late 20s, and Ali’s mother. I didn’t need to understand the language to recognize the universal conversation of a ...
... bread), followed by a very tasty garlic pasta meal. Desert was a bowl of fresh fruit but we just had the oranges. We actually had lunch at what is normally considered the best spot for viewing the sunset. After lunch we continued on our way - more hidden churches, houses etc. At about 4:15 our guide was hoping we'd had enough but we both wanted to do Love Valley - mainly because we'd seen it from the air and had it on the list. She told us it ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsCave Hotel Saksagan Goreme
Very friendly and helpful owner and family. Rooms are spacious and nicely decorated. Very close to the bus station.
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