Grand Eras Hotel

Address: Sehit Miralay Nazim Bey Caddesi No:6, Kayseri, Cappadocia, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Sehit Miralay Nazim Bey Caddesi No:6, Kayseri, is near Mount Erciyes, Red Basilica (Kizil Avlu), Hunat Hatun Complex, and Doner Kumbet.
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    Travel Blogs from Kayseri

    Cappadocia: The epitome of surrealism.

    A travel blog entry by sandy.astill on Apr 28, 2015

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    ... smoothly as the landscape below, ending with Mustafa ( who was the spitting image of Sylvestor Stalline) landed this immense craft squarely into the trailer that had towed the balloon to our mountainous launching pad. That was mind blowing moment no. 3! What followed next was about 30 minutes of photo opportunities, champagne and much laughter as each of us recovered from our breakfast of adrenaline. You would think that that would be enough for one day, wouldn't you. ...

    Cappadocia

    A travel blog entry by garytan on Sep 22, 2014

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    ... the land of beautiful horses". The tablets called Cappadocian Tablets and the Hittite works of art in Alisar are of the important remains dating from 2000s B.C. After 1200s B.C., the Tabal principality, of the Khatti Branches of Scythians, became strong and founded the Kingdom of Tabal. Following the Late Hittite and Persian aras, the Cappadocian Kingdom was established in 332 B.C. During the Roman era the area ...

    Fantástica Cappadocia | Awesome Cappadocia

    A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Sep 22, 2014

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    ... for expansion of the new religion was born among other important saints in the Christian world, the famous São Jorge. Christians have inhabited the region taking refuge from the persecutions of the Romans in II-IV centuries, giving rise to several "houses" and churches carved into the rocks formed into cones by local geography, as well as the underground cities. Completely intriguing constructions that resist today and some of these houses are still inhabited. There are between ...

    May 8th travelling along the Turkish Coast

    A travel blog entry by dave-and-freda on May 08, 2014

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    ... to Turkey……….. yesterday we stopped at Kusadasi port in Turkey. We did the tour to Ephesus……..an enormous ruined town which was a very rich port on the coast. Unfortunately, after a while, the local river silted up the port and it completely stopped and was abandoned. Eventually the town got covered up by hills, caused by local earth quakes. The locals always knew something was there but it was in the 1800s when archaeologists began to explore the area ...

    Getting High in the Goreme Valley

    A travel blog entry by benstevens on Mar 17, 2014

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    Landing at Nevisir airport in the other-worldly landscape of Capadoccia was a wholly uneventful experience. Or at least it would have been, if not for the terrifying reality that there was no regular airport shuttle bus. As my co-passengers alighted their various hotels' free bus services, presumably arranged in advance, I had the horrible realisation that I might have to catch a cab. This was the last stop in my pre-arranged iteneary, and up until now, everything had more or ...