Grand Eras Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... Romans and has one of the oldest mosques still standing. The dome is even larger than the dome of Aya Sopia in Istanbul . The 4 minarets are 70 m high, only those in Mecca are higher. Next to the mosque is a bazaar and the store holders have to pay rent to the mosque. Nothing much in the bazaar, tourist trinkets and sweets.
The military memorial of the Balkan wars 1912 was interesting, on a ...
... large enough from which swords could be placed to stab those who dared to try and enter. After about 40 minutes we found ourselves back at the surface, both amazed that with a few hours we had gone from 500 meters above the ground, to 30 metres below it. Not something you do everyday. Next our guide took us to various places from which to take photos. Each viewing platform was breathtaking, each landscape different with rocks forming shapes unique to the area. I ...
... our sleep we set about finding out what else to do in Cappadocia. We started with a wander around the town area and buying our tickets for the overnight bus the next night.
During the walk we got interested in a sunset quad bike ride and also researched some options for the next day.
Locking in a plan we booked our quad ride before walking to the open air museum, the museum is a well preserved collection of cave churches, homes, kitchens, and dining halls all ...
... Bet you didn't know that! Then a roadside lunch stop and another stop at an undergroud city.
Finally we reached a lookout point when we first sighted the chimneys of Cappadocia. While some of the tour had Turkish baths, we found a nice vantage point to watch the sun go down.
Dinner was in a 'family home' which was really ...
... routine when purchasing a delicious product.
During our stay in the region we've seen the methods used to make carpets and ceramics. While there is always a hard sell at the end, the demonstrations have been informative and skilful. Worth seeing.
The whirling dervishes are part of an Islamic sect, the Mevlevi. There are over 1 million members of this sect, though only those with the highest skills take part in whirling. The colour of ...