Dedeli Konak Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsDedeli Konak Cave Hotel Urgup
The location is down a dark alley and there are a lot of stairs up to the hotel but other than that the place is great! Very helpful staff, good food,and quaint comfy rooms.
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... persecution. They continued to practice their faith not only above grounds but also built multiple eight story high defensible community in the underground city of Kaymakli. They dug chapels and churches, wineries, animal shelters, kitchen and living quarters underground through miles of interconnected tunnels. At one point, it was estimated there were 10,000 people living in these areas. While crouching and ...
The tour was booked through Euphrates Tours and Travel. Professional, good itinerary, and quality guide and driver. We learned much about the area's history, culture and even some personal colour commentary from our excellent guide, Umit.
The third day of the itinerary was a highlight as the emphasis was on local culture and customs. Visits to the ...
... o (aprox. 15mil km2), que compõe diversas cidades. A geografia marcada por fenômenos vulcânicos oriundos de vulcões como o Argeu (Erciyes – montanha mais alta da Anatólia Central com 3,9mil metros) e erosões pela chuva, neve e vento durante milhões de anos. Acredita-se que os vulcões tenham se extinguido 2mil anos A.C.. E é a partir dessa data que constam fatos históricos nessa região. Colônias assírias, império hitita, império Persa, passando pelo período romano em que se ...
... of a Muslim society has been colored by descriptions of life under the Taliban or in Saudi Arabia. I envisioned a rather restrictive, repressive social structure. But the three countries we visited, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkey, were relaxed and friendly. People ate, drank, and enjoyed life and family as in the US. Women wore scarves or not, but at no time did I feel uncomfortable or out of place. I would say, however, that it did not seem that women ...
We woke up super early today to go on an air ballon ride over Cappadocia. We were picked up at 5:30 in the morning and they drove us to an area where there were lots of other people waiting for rides too. We waited for a long time because you can only fly if the weather is good, but today is windy and there even are some snow flurries! We are ...