Gunes House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... alcohol, spirits and mixers or wine, beer or non alcoholic drinks. The vodka mixes were so strong, half a glass full so by the end of the show a lot of the tour group was tipsy. When I got my second drink I had to say half the amount of vodka. The show was great, it was mainly folk type dancing with a lot of jumping around and clapping to the music, there were a few costume changes as well. There was a bit of a story line at one part. They varied the folk dancing with a belly ...
When you enter a new environment your mind automatically tries to search your memory for other experiences from which to compare. Rarely have I ever been to a place that my mind can't comprehend. Sure, the occasional theme park experience will leave you disorientated, but that's deliberate and requires special effects to confuse and amaze. Cappadocia, or more precisely Goreme, needs no such technology. This is Mother Nature's version of special effects, and it is ...
Today we have been the coldest we have been all winter. Some intrepid ones from our group got up at 5am to take a balloon flight over the landscape when it was dry but bitter cold. It started snowing hard at 9.00 just as we got on the bus and 5 minutes later everywhere was white and we could see nothing through the blizzard. After a ...
... as quickly as Possible and I hope you enjoy them. We went up to 5800 feet and celebrated with champagne after a safe landing. it was an exciting experience and should not be missed if you visited this area. It was a gorgeous day to visit Goreme Open-Air Museum on foot to get a closer look at these colorful rocks. Starting in the third century Christians already burrowed into these soft rocks and carved out dwellings ...
... included a missionary school, a living area, and at least one church. We had a great time exploring the monastery and surrounding buildings before climbing back down the mountain for lunch time.
Lunch this time was traditional lentil soup and then chicken shish kebab- thankfully the last time I would be eating it!
After lunch we went to have a look at pigeon valley- named for all the little holes in the rock formations and took some stunning pictures.