Heaven Cave House
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Heaven Cave House Urgup
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... by a really nice guard, since the place closed before we got there! On the way back to the car, via the old Caravanserais, we met a really nice carpet dealer who spoke great English, ex-English teacher, and to whom we chatted and drank apple tea.
I have been reading a book called Portrait of a Turkish Family, set in 1908 in it there is a chapter about the circumcision ceremony. When boys are between 6-10 and how the ...
... with no GPS. No way our suitcases were going to fit into that trunk. So the rental guy says he’ll take us to his office and he changes the car to an automatic Hyundai with a bigger trunk. They were really nice about the whole thing and were very patient with the boys. The other guy who came to take us to the office even went to the fruit seller outside and bought the boys some fruit to eat.
We were to drop off the car at ...
... us was badly hurt; I had banged my ribs against the edge of the basket, Cindy had twisted her back a little, and both kids had banged knees. We were better off than the folks on the left side of the basket (the side that actually hit the rock) – one woman had collided with something and was bleeding from the face, and there were a few other minor cuts and bumps over there.
You can’t just land in a case like this; there has to be a field ...
... over the top. Soon our hour was over and we came in to land. We got into landing position then were told it was ok, it would be a soft landing. Our pilot actually brought the basket right down on top of the trailer!
They said that there are allowed only a maximum of 100 balloons in the air at a time. We thought there were a lot with between 60 and 65 this morning.
After our celebratory drink we were driven back to the hotel for breakfast. We checked ...
... which means Cappadocia Pizza. Our waiter was from Brooklyn, NY and we had fun joking around with him. The food was great – I had Turkish ravioli with yogurt sauce. The token cats were there to eat our leftovers, too. The Call to Prayer started and it was the loudest yet, as the mosque was right across the street. Ilkoy, our waiter, gave us 10% off our bill and a free large salad – he must have liked us! By the time we left the restaurant at 4:30, ...