Dedeli Konak Cave Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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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... but the latest players in the story of these lands, they were pagan for thousands of years, then for a millennia and a half, the Christians held sway. Since the Ottomans invaded, they have been Muslim, although for the lifetime of the Turkish Republic, the country has been secular. But old habits die hard. Gods need to be prayed to or else they fade away. Ask Ishara, Zeus, Athene or any of the nameless Hittite gods who have all been worshipped here over time.
... supper was good as ever ~ and Sue and I were pondering as to which if any of the little puddings we would have, when one of the waiters came up and pointed at some particularly uninspiring ones and said "ka-kaa.... very good".
Well that made the decision much easier and I had an orange.
Just to finish what had been a very long day, Osman dropped the bombshell that tomorrow would be another early start and he would give us a wake up call at 6am.
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13 hours on a bus is what it took to get here!! It was overnight but it was hard to sleep because you couldn't get comfortable, the roads aren't great and the bus drivers were a bit sketchy. After we got here we had to ask for lots of directions on how to get to our hotel. Luckily we could ...
... woman goes to live with her husband's family. So in most households, there are 3 or 4 generations living together. The villages we have been driving through are very traditional, and we have noticed that as we drive past shops and coffee shops, there are men sitting outside with cigarettes, coffee and playing some sort of game with tiles and numbers. There is not a woman in sight. Our tour guide explained that the women are at home cleaning their houses and looking ...