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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... commandment before finding a Turkish flag held down by some rocks at the foot of a flag pole with a loop on top. Presumably this can be turned into a windsock.
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... confines proved too daunting) until we reached the larger halls and chambers as we tried to imagine what it would be like to live at these depths with thousands of other inhabitants. Our trip ended where we started, back at the start of Pigeon valley. A full day behind us we showered, changed and enjoyed a sunset view across the rose valley before heading into town for a bite to eat and a good nights sleep in our ...
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The day began early for me because the shuttle to the balloon was due at 5 am! After collecting people in different hotels which means expert driving in narrow and steep roads we arrived in a huge place close to the open air museum. We got some coffee and a simi. Then the passengers from the the shuttle were distributed to other shuttles who got us to our balloons. The logistics was elaborated and smooth. 24 people climbed I the balloon, some of them with ...