Elkep Evi Cave Hotel
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... visited the lodge of the Whirling Dervishes and learned a little about them. I think the person who founded them was the first philosopher from Turkey, but his (very long) name is a mystery to me.
As we approached Cappadocia, the landscape changed dramatically. Numerous rock formations are visible - caused by volcanic activity long ago. Dwellings were dug into ...
... rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">Emma tried the self service, but it wouldn't work, so we were told to go to the desks. There the girl told us our reservations had been cancelled! We needed to go to the ticket desk. The girl there was unable to tell us why they had been cancelled other than it was a credit card issue. We then said we'd just buy new ones. Oh ...
... expensive prices but we did resist because we don’t want to carry it, break it and so on. Back to the hotel and we are enjoying relaxing in this lovely hotel. Sitting out in the lobby and all the Turkish family are using iPhones. What a laugh. Tonight’s dinner was very delicious again and the group is really good company. It is sad that tomorrow is our final proper day of touring ...
... ele, mas vamos lá!!! Foi um apanhado de sensações durante mais de 2 horas que me senti uma deusa grega sendo mimada, cuidada e tratada com muito carinho. Nem nos meus 2 dias da noiva fui tão bem cuidada e me diverti tanto…rs. Dentre cosméticos naturais no rosto, sauna, banho de piscina, duchas e massagens, fui para o esperado “banho”. Bem, imaginem uma sala imensa, toda de mármore, um bando de mulher pelada sendo lavadas por outras mulheres. Aqui preciso de uma ...
Maybe I'll go in reverse, as this place is so awesome and exciting it's worth doing first. We arrived here late afternoon, early evening and were shown to our rooms - we were all pretty amazed by the beautiful rooms and stunning views of the "fairy chimneys" that form the landscape of Cappadoccia. We are staying in a cave hotel which would once have been private dwellings carved into the stone. The bathroom is huge and has a spa bath and a shower. Our ...