Grand Eras Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Kayseri
... to be abandoned in the 1960s and a new village area was formed just beside the old. Now, ironically there is a tourist business thriving in the old area as it is fascinating to climb and wander the hillside. Once again we thought Workplace Health and Safety would have a heart attack if they saw the number of tourists on this hillside and the lack of rails and wide steps.
We walked across a small wooden bridge to find St. John's cave church from ...
... place off the map because of its strategic importance on the rivers and canals. So the townsfolk left leaving a small German army to defend it. As luck would have it,the Germans surrendered to the Allies less then 5 hours before the bombs were to be dropped. And it was over 5,000 tons of bombs. So they got of lightly by comparison and the stunning stone bridge remains in tact today - by the way, it was built in 1135. We were doing a walking tour but Digby as ...
... started around the 8th or 7th century BC by the Phrygians, and it is not clear when construction was finished. The massive city was built on five levels, to a depth of 60 metres below the surface. Wells, ventilation shafts, schools, a winery, a church, stables, kitchens, store rooms, stockades, and a graveyard were all built, leading people to believe that the city was used for long periods of time, most likely as a safe haven ...
... to blag a lift from another mechanic so Kate, Jay and I got in the back, Chris stayed behind because there wasn't enough room. I felt bad because his son had to sit in front on his friends lap, it seems like Turkish people are really friendly and happy to give you a gift anywhere. We got a little concerned when the Turkish man kept driving and driving even passing the supermarket - slightly worried how we would get back. Eventually we stopped ...
Today we toured Mehmet's hometown of Kayseri, where we saw a mental hospital from the 12th century where they treated patients with music, the sound of water, and respectful attention from a single caregiver. It was amazing. We sampled the finest Turkish Delight in Turkey, including one flavored by roses. Another Mosque and another market completed the morning. We lunched in the cafeteria with students at Meliksah ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking