Goreme Inn Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... over on top of some bigger rolled ones, on the other side of the room, and must have used my hands to show him the size. Immediately, one of the salesmen arrived at my side with a worker who was unrolling the tiny carpets in front of me. I turned to Dave and said that I wondered where on earth in one’s house they would go and suddenly, there in front of me was a tiny carpet; all framed up like a painting in an ornate frame.
Also, Dave had told the salesman that we ...
Merhaba Göreme! Its 7.30am and we've just driven into Göreme. We all slept on the overnight bus but were woken hourly for toilet stops (all squats) and to wiggle a numb bum! Overall the bus wasn't as bad as expected, but I won't be rushing to do it again (even if they did give us chocolate cake for breakfast). We're picked up from the bus station by our host, Ramazan, and drive 5 minutes up the road to the "Star Cave Hotel", watching 100's of air balloons fly up overhead.
... don't wander down various side paths to explore when in the valleys.) The Rose Valley was our second-favorite valley in Cappadocia. It featured spectacular panoramic views up top and several rock-cut churches down below, including the day's most memorable church, which had elaborate columns and cathedral ceilings inside. We had a picnic lunch at the summit between the Rose and Red Valleys, then descended back down to continue our trek.
Completely exhausted by ...
... tall chimneys for ventilation, as well as the enormous stone, circular doors, weighing up to 1,000 pounds, that could seal off passageways from invaders.
Wine presses, oil storage, livestock pens, cooking-places and even elaborate churches were carved out of the rock so that the inhabitants could live for weeks or months underground until it was safe to emerge and return to their ground-level villages.
There is a commonly-believed rumour that a ...
... are just amazing! We saw more churches with beautiful frescoes, one, the Dark Church, tells the story of the life of Jesus in paintings running around the walls.
Turkey is an amazing country, completely unlike any other place we’ve been. There’s so much history here, so many stories. We left Turkey exhausted but with the knowledge that we’ll never forget our time here, nor look back on it with anything other than warmth.