Dervish Cave House
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... 3 1/2 hours later (ie 2350) to nearby destination, Kayseri (80 kms away from Nevsehir). This meant that we would arrive at Kayseri at 0120, then take a bus organised by the airline back to Nevsehir (an hour or 2 away by bus)! There was nothing else to do but take the Kayseri option as the next flight out to Nevsehir was tomorrow night. We had already organised to be picked up from our hotel in ...
Ahh Cappadocia. Brenton was feeling much better and after our long bus ride we walked around the town had breakfast and then rested a lıttle. Later that afternoon we went and had a Turkısh bath, a very ıntersetıng experıence for a gorup of gırls who had only known each other for 2 days.
That nıght we went to a locals house for dınner a great chance to experıence some deleıcous cusıne ...
... frustrating. The complex had so much to explore, and we got less than 15 minutes there. After suffering through a demonstration on onyx and a few of the area's other precious stones, we made it home to our cave.
We drank some wine out on our cave's patio/balcony at sunset, and were soon joined by a friendly fluffy cave kitten that started purring incredibly loudly as soon as she saw us, and jumped right up into Dennis' lap. She remained purring on one of ...
... a bit more of a walk looking along at the many more holes cut in the cliffs we made our way back this time UP the 360 steps.
The dramatic Ihlara Valley gorge, cut by a small stream (the Melendiz Suyu), holds about 60 Byzantine churches, chapels, monasteries and hermits' caves dating from the 11th to 13th centuries.
The valley was probably first inhabited in the 4th century AD, initially by hermits and priests as a place of ...
... even more amazing than the ones yesterday, but a lot of them were falling off and falling apart, apparently mostly from the use of camera flashes! So now flash is forbidden in there, though photos are not. From there we walked the rest of the way down to the Melendiz River, which we followed along. It was a very pretty end-of-autumn scene along there, with all the leaves on the ground and the trees almost bare. Darren asked the guide what season it was at the moment, to which ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting