Gul Konaklari - Sinasos (Rose Mansions)
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
TripAdvisor Reviews Gul Konaklari - Sinasos (Rose Mansions) Mustafapasa
Travel Blogs from Mustafapasa
... trepidation, we tried to find a spot on the grass, squeezing in amoungst others already cocooned in bulky sleeping bags, beanies and scarves. It was not very pleasant I have to admit, and with the temperatures heading down towards zero, I prayed the night skies would stay clear. As the night progressed the people kept coming. Thousands of them, which meant our little piece of ground got smaller and smaller as the night progressed, until, at 3 am, we were all told we could ...
... esfregar. Elas começam uma esfoliação com uma certa bucha, esfregam com muita força até você se dar conta de que não tem se lavado muito bem ultimamente. Depois elas enchem um saco de pano de espuma e espalham pelo seu corpo….que DELÍCIA. Tão gostosa essa parte. Esfregam tudo por um tempão. De um lado, de outro. E aí começou a cena engraçada. A mulher que me lavou parecia um homem turco de 2 metros de altura e uns 100 kilos. Um sorriso imenso, simpatisíssima, cantava e ...
... in the former stable, but they must have fixed it up a bit since closing the door after the horses left. It was a loft room with a lot of character. The hotel also has several interesting public spaces, including a beautiful second-story salon and a library with a few shelves of old volumes. It was most recently renovated in 2002. There were only a few people staying there when we were there.
Breakfasts are fabulous: buffet style, and in addition ...
Coming into Goreme in the Cappidocia region has to be seen to believed!
Cappadocia with all it's rock formations is something everyone has to see. Rock hewn churches, cave homes and incredible underground cities all shaped by wind and water are just what you see in the travel brochers. In times of piece the people lived on the land but in times of war they took to living underground.
Our first night we went to a local families cave ...
... lunch - for me, it was a magnum ice cream and a cold coke and Chris bought a tin of tomato and eggplant dip which he devoured with a huge loaf of bread! We sat across the road at a tea (chai) shop to eat our lunch with chai, of course, and the usual sheet of newspaper over the already existing tablecloth (which I don't think ever gets laundered)!.
Refuelled and somewhat rested after lunch, and with most of the bigger climbs out of the ...