Dedeli Konak Cave Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- 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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... of stops during the day including at an artists marbling studio where Caleb once again stole the show and preformed some artistic work with quite the flare. We visited a dowry gift shop where our guide worked to help him communicate in English and he explained a number of they customs they still use today - such as the mother in law going with the groom to pick out a jewelry piece to which the groom can't say no to for any reason or it would ...
... for over 40 years already. My rusty German catching up surprisingly quick: Must be due to my great times with Argid and Raimond! With a full stomach I continue my journey, to be stopped by some local women a little later. They offer me freshly picked tomatos! Hospitality everywhere, also here in Turkey!
I must admit never heard of this area before, but it is well worth a visit, minimum one week! The landscape once formed ...
... the local towns people. There were 200 small churches in the area, also carved out of rock. We were able to visit several of these small ( think 20 person capacity) churches and view the frescos that are still on the walls. The frescos date back to two eras: early ones made from 700-900AD and more elaborate ones dating from the 11-13th centuries. The cave homes were occupied from the time of the Romans (and probably before) until the early 1960s when ...
... with a 'made to order' omelette. Again,......did I mention FREE! And that I LOVE this place?!?!
After I download the pics, I will take a short nap, then begin exploring again. I'm going to walk to the Museum,...it's supposed to be incredible.
Being here is truly a blessing, and there's not a second that goes by that I don't realize that.
Hope you all have a great day, and hugs from Cappadocia!
... is a photo of the Kizlar Monastery. There were rooms for monks, a kitchen, all the necessities of life. Also, this wasn't an enclave of men, but there were widowed women and children here as well. 'It takes a village'.
We went into many of the rock buildings (think caves) that did not have frescos so you could take photos. and here are some of the interior photos. Pretty amazing!