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Kayla had a relaxing spa bath this morning till we finally dragged her out to go to breakfast. It was worth going up for too. The honey couldn't have been fresher - it was actually still in the honeycomb.
We had a lovely view from the roof top restaurant too. Over the roofs we could see the minaret of the Mevlana Museum.
While we realised …
... is very steep, the nearest water is an hours walk or mule ride away. It really doesn’t bear thinking about. The view is stunning over the valley of the Euphrates River and the great Ataturk Dam.
The western terrace has more great statues and some carvings too, along with another great view over the mountains to the west. With almost no other tourists about we all three sat and enjoyed the peace and quiet and took in the view. Later, my lot saw ...
... to buy souvenirs (bracelets for the girls) as well as try our hand at making our own pomegranate and orange juice.
We then drove to the Goreme Open Air Museum a UNESCO heritage listed site which preserves some examples of early churches and a monastery in a huge open air setting. It was interesting - especially the chapels where the examples of the frescos were well preserved. But after a while the chapels started to look the same and we'd had enough a little before ...
... part of the 11th century. Turkey is loaded with artisans. They are taught to make poetry and weave from a very young age and everyone learns. So, of course we visited a ceramics factory where we had a tour and demonstration. And every good craft demo ends with a tour through the factory and discounts. Also, they serve tea or wine during the demos. We liked that part! Judy and I each bought a same cup decorated in a traditional design with symbolic ...
... ruins are largely foundations and a small theatre. Over 10 ancient cities have been discovered here, built one on top of the other, dating back to 3500 BC. After Troy drive to Pegamum for lunch in a local restaurant then the Persian rug experience. At this stage the relevance of the organised lunch became obvious, we are together rather than scattered of on our own individual search for lunch. After lunch we were invited to a behind scenes look at ...