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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... soporific effects of our meal we retreated to bed to enjoy some much needed rest and looked very forward to a sleep in. The next day dawned and although we had a plan to do some additional sightseeing but after a tremendous sleep in this idea gave way to some lounging about in our room as we had requested a late checkout. To finalise our local experience we treated ourselves to a traditional Turkish massage/bath.
For anyone that has not experienced one of these ...
We stayed in the small village of Mustafapasa in the Cappadocia region. The village is an "urban preservation site" under a Turkish law that dictates preservation of authentic architecture and doesn't allow new structures with new materials. Our place is only one of many converted cave hotels. This may sound cold and dank, but nothing could be further from the truth. It was quite charming, decorated with rugs and artifacts from the area, and had walls scored with chisel marks of old.
... 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 ...
... announces we are headed to Kayseri after all. When the doctor walked back to his seat, the entire plane burst with applause (felt a little like we were in a movie!) And there were sighs of relief all around. We landed an hour late.
The rental guy was waiting outside the airport. Unfortunately, that was not the car we had asked for. It was supposed to be a Ford Mondeo or similar/diesel/manual with GPS. What was waiting was a very ...
... side of the valley but because of the sandy, slippery, steep slopes I didn't want to risk making it partway up only to lose my footing and graze myself whilst sliding all the way back down again. Also no one was in this valley and I didn't like my chances of being found quickly if something broke. So I went back down to the valley floor again and pushed through some more undergrowth, sinking some more costs ...