Gul Konaklari - Sinasos (Rose Mansions)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... wonderful desserts), we drove several hours to Cappadocia, a section of central Turkey known for unusual rock formations, underground homes and cave churches. After a couple of photo ops, we drove to Mustafapasa, a small village in the mountains that was settled by the Greeks in the 19th century. It is a town of huge mansions, carved door frames, winding streets. In 1924 the presidents ...
... off. From Sultanhani we continued on to the Ihlara Valley, a beautiful and strange place with crazy rock formations. The valley has a small stream running through it and is steeply pitched on each side. In the rock formations on either side of the valley are the caves carved into the rocks where people lived, mainly to protect themselves from invaders. We are hoping to visit one of the last cave dwellers tomorrow. Our day finished with a visit to an ...
... jumping out on a freeway.)...to a shoe shine man that offers a free scrub after you saved his lively hood by telling him he dropped his brush then asking for €9 for the 2min ordeal....to the airport that charges €30 for 2 medium McDonalds meals....it's good to know your price. That price of course is completely dependant on what you value as otherwise no one would ever sell €1,000 ceramic one of kind jugs. So like gambling, I now decide ...
... mind that we might have had the same testimony and beliefs as the people here at one point in time, only for them to let go and move away from the truth. Matt had a few debates with our guide throughout our visit of Ephesus as he spoke about the history of the 'church' amongst other things. I think Matt enjoyed himself challenging everything that Emre said. I kind of felt sorry for him by the end of the visit! It was pretty mind-boggling to walk in the footsteps of the ...
... one we thought was the obvious choice. It lead further up a rocky path into the distance towards the direction of the pass. The track was hard work and some pushing required. When I finally made it to the top of the highest point, Chris congratulated me and then added, '"and now for the bad news ..." From our elevated viewpoint, we could see the other path we should have taken (down below in the distance) so instead of heading back down ...