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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... lovely decorative stone work around the main entrance doors and also in the dining room. The fountain is called the ‘milk’ fountain; it has two taps one had water the other milk, now both only have water: I made a new friend of the man with the souvenir stall, Adam.
Mt Ararat stayed very bashful, hidden under cloud for the duration of our visit. The lower of the two peaks did present itself briefly and D took a quick snap. Again we headed south ...
... as a succession of marauding expansionists from the Far East came barrelling through the region.
They also found that the porous volcanic lava stumps left sticking up as the landscape eroded was a cool place to excavate a house.
Certainly by the 4th century the region had become a very important Christian community. There are a lot of cave churches here. Sadly ...
Today, we head out by cab from our Balat room around 10 for our 12:30 flight. I can't say that I'm sad to leave this house or Istanbul. There is only so much time that I like to spend in big cities. We are really looking forward to Cappadocia. Our flight is uneventful until we reach the Kayseri airport. No one is standing there with our name on a paper. :(. There are lots of taxi and shuttle drivers, but no Agra Travel and no one even knows who they are! Finally, one of ...
... DAY 7 Today was the last full day of the tour, and it was the day we had been looking forward to the most over the past week. Today we were off to visit the ancient city of Ephesus. Well it isn't much of a city anymore, just a mass of ruins, but as we walked through we got the picture that this place was a massive ancient city, and a place of significance in both the Greek and Roman empires. The city was founded in around 1000BC by Greek colonialists and was home to one of the ...
... to sound much more like kiwi. but in the topic of kiwi my littke fury friend has loved turkey he even went swimming at pamukale and hot air ballooning. there has been a lot of shopping done by people on my tour and we havent even made it to istanbul and its grand bazaars yet. this has been a fantastic trip that I wont ever forget and will hopefully catch up with some of the london based people in june. when I get home I will be in search of a turkish restaurant as some of this food is very yummy. ...