Guven Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... climate (-20 degrees in winter to +40 degrees in summer). The area had a strong Christian presence, due to it being a place where they sort refuge from roman persecution, through to 1922 when the local Christian population was ported to Greece as part of the population exchange between the two countries. Regardless the stone houses were used up until the 1950s when the Turkish government rehoused the local ovulation in modern townships. Since then, excepting some stone houses ...
... there desserts but unfortunately it more likely to be a miss than a hit with them tasting very nice we have had some yummy ones but many of them are grosse. the next day we visited the ancient city of ephesus, it was very busy but wow what a place I did not expect it to be so extensive but then again atleast 250,000 lived here. was crazy to be walking around a place we read about in the bible. this place is very well preserved and well worth a visit. the history is so so so long ...
... to offer travellers and tourists - this tiny little place in the middle of nowhere is teeming with travel agencies, rental businesses, cafes, restaurants, carpet and souvenir shops....I love these places....Katmandhu, eat your heart out!!
Royal Balloons' office is an impressive stone building which is also a hotel. There are two wings, the King Wing and the Queen Wing, named after their balloon flights, a Queen flight being 60 minutes and a ...
... bought tickets and went down:) As we ventured into the city, we did see one or two other tourists which made Sarah feel a lot more comfortable! We felt the same sense of amazement at this site, as we did Kaymakli, except that this one was about 8 levels down and got tighter and tighter as we explored! About halfway down we met a German man having what seemed to be an asthma attack, but we soon realised was a panic attack. As soon as we felt he would be ok, we kept going down and ...