Gunes House Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... cathedrals supported by giant columns. Interestingly there were also many pigeons holes carved on the wall to accommodating the birds, even slots for honey bees. In town , we visited a Pottery master at his studio. He makes traditional as well as his own design art work. We really like the " tree of life" tile he made with special paint that would glow in the dark. We think it will adorn the front wall of our ...
... There is no way my words can truly explain, or do justice, to this place so please check out the photos to get a better idea. Sorry there are so many photos, I just couldn’t help myself.
We arrived at 2am (flight delay), and passed right out in our cave hotel! The room was carved into the rock and had many Turkish carpets hanging on the walls; it was perfect. Cappadocia is a huge region and we only had 3.5 days, so our first day started with a tour of the ...
... places are a double edged sword. You get people talking with real passion about their industry, they offer you time, information (and tea) but there is always the hard sell at the end. So far I have resisted the ceramics and the carpets, but blew my budget on the leather - guess one out of three isn't too bad. When we got to Ankara we visited the Anatolian Museum and saw some of the of the remarkable pieces that have been recovered from some of Turkey's ...
... eldest at university, the next at high school and a boy in primary school. Given it was a Sunday they were all at home and we were able to sit and talk with them for an hour or so using Mr G as our interpreter. The house had been in the family for 4 generations but the actual structure is likely to be from Byzantine times. The top story housed what they called a church, an area they didn't use any more. The next level down was the living area which also doubled as the sleeping ...
... not to suffer from claustrophobia as some of the tunnels are narrow and low. The whole "ecosystem" was quite remarkable in the way it was organized to sustain life for long periods of time. Kaymakli was home to 3000 people. I just can't imagine how they all managed down there. Apart from anything else it must have been very gloomy. Anyway it was a remarkable place, but then so have many of the places we have been to in Turkey. We were the last people to get ...