TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ayata Kayseri
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... With a belly full of food I was ready to call it a day, but Ibraham would have no bar of that. Off we went to a place where the rock formations are referred to as mushrooms, but Brad renamed it promptly to Penis Valley. He was right. They looked more phallic than fungal! We explored that, returned to the bus, and then we were whisked off to the Goreme Open Air Museum, where an entire ancient village had been preserved. Into more and more cave homes we went, with ...
... our backpacks from our hotel and got dropped at the bus station before taking the advice of our hotel drivers and eating at another local restaurant.
A meze plate that could have fed a family and a sizzling kofta served in hot in ceramic dish covered in melted cheese was dinner and an overly indulgent chocolate brownie served as desert.
From dinner we practically waddled onto our bus and attempted to make ourselves comfortable for what would be a long ride ...
... at the same time and there are loads of companies, some definitely better than others. It seems that the good companies pick up at the hotel and bring you to their office for a buffet breakfast while they are checking the wind and deciding where to launch. Others don't do breakfast and launch from the same location every time. There balloons all use a 24 passenger basket. We would have liked smaller, but this seem typical. This company, Turkiye ...
... at home still working at 11-45
at night. It was very good and pretty cheap at only £8.40.
David our financial advisor told us to
damn the expense and go for a hot air balloon ride over Cappadocia
in the morning but as it's his job to spend other peoples money, and at
€120 each he can keep his counsel to himself. Instead we will do
the touristy stuff on terra firma and keep our cash in our pockets.
... an onyx workshop and shop, a second hand ceramic outlet and a veritable emporium bursting with old artefacts: probably mostly from Turkish life of up to 100 years ago.
I also managed to get my feet washed as the local road sweeper trundled past and spurted out a jet of water which I failed to avoid.
An early start meant an early finish, so it was back on board and back to the hotel by 3pm for a welcome break before an early supper and ...