Dervish Cave House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... for KUNAFEH in the region. This was going to be my fifth session of sweet grilled cheese and I was ecstatic. I am happy to report my expectations were exceeded once again, this batch was probably the best I'd had. For a solid hour on the drive home the only thing any of us could talk about was kunafeh kunafeh kunafeh... the grilled cheese pastry thing that you never stop thinking about. In fact Peta and Kat started researching how they could make ...
... us each a complimentary wine, making the experience so enjoyable it was almost worth being up all night with food poisoning. We got up one morning at 5.30 to see the hot air balloons, as you can see in the pictures it is a very popular activity here. After breakfast we headed out to Kaymakli, an underground city, which was pretty cool. I'm glad it wasn't peak tourist season because it was a rather claustrophobic space. I ...
... lugar inesperado para descobrirmos, uma trilha pelo Love Valley, White Valley e Honey Valley. Passamos praticamente o dia todo caminhando entre esses vales, descobrindo casas ocultas nas pedras, dentro daqueles cones tradicionais da região, túneis subterrâneos escondidos entre o vale, plantações incontáveis de uvas, morangos, melões, abóboras, maçãs, amoras, e claro, esse foi nosso lanche (que saborosas), cenários maravilhosos, a medida que íamos passando pelos três vales a ...
... in the area are the small cubes carved out of rock all over the places. Farmers carved these for pigeons to roost in and collected pigeon poop as fertilizer (high in nitrogen). Cappadocia also has some early Christian churches. We visited an "underground city" which functioned as a church back when the Roman Empire was persecuting Christians pre 300 AD. The underground city went down 7 floors through very narrow staircases which archeologists suspect ...
... have had some interest for you. We ended up just finding a seat and chilling out in the nice sunshine until the bus was ready to leave. The last stop before we arrived at our hotel was to have a quick look at the famous travertines of Pamukkale. The cliffs here are bright white as a result of the deposits of all the natural minerals that can be found in the hot springs throughout this region. Tomorrow we'll be coming back to explore the area. As we were leaving we were treated ...