Goreme Suhan Park Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... body, my self esteem has skyrocketed (and I'm chubby huh) Give me a shower of hot water, relaxing after scrubbing and both stood up. Then she lets the last "bye": "go there pretty for your massage, very nice bump" and gave me one last slap on the bump while I walked. And finally I went to massage room laughing a lot. And there I was, relaxed, oil all over my body, half light, classical music, massage from head to toe. Loved the turkish bath and all that comes with it. Nobody ...
... We arrive at Uchisar and book into an amazing set of beautifully designed rooms carved into the cliff, literally overlooking the so-called pigeon valley, a world heritage site. We're here for the next four days and intend to take things quietly for a bit... as well as walk the valley to Goreme, visit an underground city and see some of the amazing paintings in the ancient churches of ...
... as the heat was drying everything so quickly. Dipping in and out of the pool was wonderful. I felt so energetic; I just wanted to swim all morning.
At lunch time, we took a taxi into the town Goerme in order to visit a carpet ship. The owner and his assistants went into intricate detail about the different styles of carpets from differing parts of Turkey; the different dyes used to colour them; the ...
... bys in his Peugeot throughout town. He stopped once and I stuck my head into the window to chat and he invited me to go see his horse. I stood up and saw Chad from a few feet away hightailing it towards me with a knowing, disapproving look in his eye, wagging his finger at me like Nancy Reagan to a drug addict. Oh, it was priceless. We saw the Peugeot drive by one last time as we boarded the overnight bus for our next destination. Inshallah.
... theatre that sits on the edge of the city's acropolis one of the steepest preserved in Turkey today. It was built in the Hellenistic period and altered in the Roman period. Seating capacity of this theatre is estimated at 10,000 people. At the end of this day we are taken to Kusadasi a resort town on the coast and a port of call for cruise ships. We have travelled south from Gallipoli and Pergamum. We Spend two nights in the Grand Onder Hotel, Kusadaci ...