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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... his instructions by slapping his hand with some force on the small of my back. Mmmmmm... interesting.
Then it was off to dinner at Fat Boys. We waited for ages for the girls and they didn’t show up until 8.30pm. Apparently their hamam was overrun by a Japanese tour group and there were delays.
All of us looked shiny and clean and we enjoyed our dinner before going back to our ...
... enough to support having been hollowed out to make homes and storage areas, but more impressively, churches and chapels; many adorned with intricate frescoes depicting bible scenes from the 11th and 12th centuries. What makes this so impressive is the scale upon which this has been carried out. Thousands of people (mostly Christians) were housed in the region and were able to survive attacks and persecution due to the natural fortification available ...
... one of the balloons came that close to where we were standing we could have almost high fived the people on board. The same pilot also landed perfectly on a trailer later on.
Monday finally came around and it was my turn for ballooning! Woo hoo! There are two balloon flights each morning and this time I was on the later flight which meant a sleep in. Instead of a 4.15 pick up this was a 5am pick up. The morning was cold, crisp, and ...
... alcohol, spirits and mixers or wine, beer or non alcoholic drinks. The vodka mixes were so strong, half a glass full so by the end of the show a lot of the tour group was tipsy. When I got my second drink I had to say half the amount of vodka. The show was great, it was mainly folk type dancing with a lot of jumping around and clapping to the music, there were a few costume changes as well. There was a bit of a story line at one part. They varied the folk dancing with a belly ...
... once we hit the road. Lunch a t'Cappadocia' restaurant remembering the friendly lady who had tried to 'recruit' us at breakfast. While we are on the topic, Turks do often invite us into their shops or restaurants as we walk by but are nearly always polite and almost never insistent. (In other words, not like Arabs.'No'is understood and respected in nearly all cases - and in most cases there is a bit of humour. Boss says rub Tummy and say ' Doy dumm' to restaurant invites' ...