Grand Eras Erciyes Hotel

Address: Tekir Yaylasi Erciyes Dagi Develi Merkez, Develi, Kayseri, Cappadocia, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tekir Yaylasi Erciyes Dagi Develi Merkez, Develi, Kayseri, is near Mount Erciyes, Red Basilica (Kizil Avlu), Hunat Hatun Complex, and Doner Kumbet.
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Travel Blogs from Kayseri

Land of many surprises

A travel blog entry by kerri.hobman on May 02, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... and the scenery was beautiful but after the early start it all began to look the same and many of us just wanted to go back to the hotel, this area is vast but they could probably take a few things out and make this day more enjoyable, once we got to one of the last stops I was completely over it and someone throygh a pillow and blanket at me and told me to stay on the bus so I did and had a 30 minute nap. we then headed back to hotel and had 2hrs to get ready before we headed out ...

Trans Asia Express

A travel blog entry by hanush on Dec 20, 2013

1 comment, 3 photos

... but much less luxurious. Tiny bunks in a small compartment, no tables and only one power point to share between us. My companions were disgusted. "They can read and write, and they think that makes them civilised, but the Turks really do live in the stone age" one of them said, as we swapped the cellphone chargers over again. It's interesting how Iranians feel about their neighbours. They speak quite negatively about Turks, Afghanis and anyone from the Arab ...


A travel blog entry by lonnie24 on Nov 03, 2013

6 photos

... 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.


Turkey - Cappadocia

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 27, 2013

1 comment, 90 photos

... people but this was not the case. The balloons could carry up to 20 people plus the pilot. Our balloon was for 16 people and our pilot, even though he didn’t speak English so much, was a really funny guy and had been working as a balloon pilot for 4 years so experienced enough to take care of lives of 16 other people. His name was Mehmet.

After having a small breakfast we could observe how they were inflating the balloons with 2 big ventilators. When the balloons started ...

In the Land of Wild Horses with Mustafa

A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Sep 03, 2013

2 comments, 15 photos

... coloured religious frescoes, many still in remarkable condition given that they were painted in the 10th & 11th centuries and despite centuries of vandalism (many of the faces have been chipped away) and graffiti.

Some of the cave villages were occupied until as recently as the 1950’s, but now just about the only occupied caves are in Goreme itself and many have been turned into boutique hotels and bed & breakfasts.

In the ...