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Travel Blogs from Kayseri
... of the houses and hotels are made into caves.
The shuttle let us off in front of an information booth. The town itself is VERY, VERY old, and reminded me of a ghost town. A guy approached me from the Info office, and asked if I needed a room. I told him no, that I had one, and showed him my reservation, and asked how to get there. He said, I will call them, and they will pick you up,...wait here. Sure ...
... to Goreme Mustafa shows us the weird rock formations which are the other major attraction of the region. Oh…and of course the obligatory carpet factory although we did manage to avoid the ceramics factory.
As a parting gift, Mustafa presents us with a copy of a DVD apparently (can’t be sure as we haven’t yet run it) containing his potted history of Cappadocia as well as a bunch of photos (which had been Mustafa’s introductory PowerPoint presentation)
... 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 ...
... city, much like Coober Pedy but thousands of years older and very primative.
24/04/2013: Woken at 4am to go ballooning. We were going to give it a miss because of the price but our lovely tour guide said he wanted us to go so much and he very kindly reduced the price dramatically for us. I said to Gary this is for your 60th birthday. It was sensational, the morning was perfect. 150 bright balloons floating over ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking