Cave Hotel Saksagan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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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Travel Blogs from Goreme
... brought the balloons up the valley very close to us.
One was so low over-head, Dave identified the home region of the passengers – from their eye shape!
In between the excursions we have just loved sitting under the awning, cooled by a breeze and admiring the stunning view. The again there’s a very nice swimming pool too. Well, another chapter closes. We have a very special reason for loading up and moving on, ...
... of more homes in stone. In fact, they're all over the place! I was at the museum for a couple of hours, and then left when it became overrun with tourists. Across the street, I noticed a path going up past a parking lot into more rock formations, so I decided to take that path back to town. You guys! Nobody was up there and there were dozens more chapels and apartments to be explored! I climbed up cliffs and into many series of ...
... first- she wouldn't have wasted the money if she'd known she'd get the same view.
I decide to take a tour that includes a variety of sites on the tourist circuit. Unfortunately it is not easy to explore the area by local transport as there are not many direct dolmuses (local minivan/bus). Going between sites usually involves transferring in major towns and therefore involves a lot of backtracking and wasted time. If there is a group you could however easily rent ...
... honeymoon. Both were pretty friendly. The girl seemed to think that solo traveling was cool, and the guy was looking at me with pity. At a point, he even said to me "Isn't it boring to travel alone". Haha .. I guess it takes all types to make the world. The horse guide was pretty cool. He has been doing this for 26 years, and practically everyone along the way seemed to know him. On a random observation, the Asians definitely seem to be more friendly ...
... served the most amazing meals. Teresa decided it was a good idea to try the local raki (the rest of us had more sense) Don't quite know what the locals made of her dog howling impersonation as a consequence of this Raki consumption !
Was very amusing to the rest of us though.
The people in this part of Turkey are by far the friendliest we have come across so far.
Loving Goreme ! ...