Gul Konaklari - Sinasos (Rose Mansions)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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Travel Blogs from Mustafapasa
... I have seen before. The sunrise, the beautiful Cappadocia landscape below and the numerous colorful balloons rising all around. If we were living in a fairytale, this is the kind of sight we would hope to see. After a frenzy of photography, I settled down to enjoy the ride. As you watched the landscape going by, and floated gentling letting the air currents taking you where they will, you can't help but think back to all your childhood memories of ...
... 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 ...
... 600 churches in the region, some of them still reserve frescoes dating from the sixth century to the tenth and eleventh centuries AD
Beyond all historical and geographical surroundings, what more involved myself with this place was the energy and the mystical atmosphere that this region has the time and provided the perfect climate for the monks could meditate and devote himself to prayer leading a life extremely simple.
I made my base in Kayseri, about 1 hour from ...
... there the night before and complimented the owner on his wife's cooking. He casually mentioned that they had conducted cooking classes for some prior guests, and we immediately made arrangements for a group cooking class this evening.
At 5:30 pm we arrived in the kitchen of the Old Greek House and donned our aprons. For the next 2 1/2 hours we chopped, sautéed, and stirred. The husband provided translation, and I dutifully tried to record the recipes. [Was that tomato paste ...
... 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 ...