Dedeli Konak Cave Hotel
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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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Arrived as scheduled in Urgup. Had a fabulous meal at Ziggy's. Plan to dine there again tomorrow. Our hotel acomodation is great. We were upgraded to a room with a turkish bath. The hotel is gorgepus woth walls and ceiling of natural limestone rock. We're off to bed early to get over the jet lag.
... esfregar. Elas começam uma esfoliação com uma certa bucha, esfregam com muita força até você se dar conta de que não tem se lavado muito bem ultimamente. Depois elas enchem um saco de pano de espuma e espalham pelo seu corpo….que DELÍCIA. Tão gostosa essa parte. Esfregam tudo por um tempão. De um lado, de outro. E aí começou a cena engraçada. A mulher que me lavou parecia um homem turco de 2 metros de altura e uns 100 kilos. Um sorriso imenso, simpatisíssima, cantava e ...
... narrow to prevent armored legionaries from descending down. Along with the ventilation shaft you'd expect, the Christians also built "telephones" which were small holes connecting the first floor to the seventh, allowing them to whisper messages. No frescos remain in the church though. The tour guide mentioned the caves first housed the Hittites, then the Christians while they we're persecuted, then Muslims (not sure who was persecuting them, maybe ...
... safety briefing and we slowly lifted off the ground, together with loads of other baskets under nearby balloons.
The sky was brightening as the sun came up, and all around us we could see balloons lifting gracefully into the morning sky. One hundred balloons... in the most incredible setting you can imagine. The flotilla of balloons were flying over the fairy chimneys in Cappadocia, the rocks eroded into 'chimneys' or mushroom shapes all around. I think I must ...
... in the mornings.
When I asked Apple what time checkout was at my Hostel, he said,....'no problem, Debbie,....stay all day,....it is not booked. What a SCORE,...as my bus to Cirali doesn't leave until 10 pm.
Well,...Not much to write about today. So, will say goodnight my last night in Cappadocia.
Love to everyone........