Hotel Ayata

Osman Kavuncu Cad. No 100, Kayseri, Cappadocia, 38010, Turkey | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Osman Kavuncu Cad. No 100, Kayseri, is near The Acropolis, The Asklepion, Red Basilica (Kizil Avlu), and Kayseri Ethnographic Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Kayseri

    Our jaunts and walks around Goreme

    A travel blog entry by petkatravels on Apr 26, 2014

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... 4-6th century!
    We also walked along Soganli Valley, lovely with poplar trees beside a running stream, and went in and out of several cave churches with quite well preserved frescoes (10-13th centuries).
    The underground city at Derinkuyu was interesting as while it consisted now of stairs, dug out rooms etc and only part of it can be visited, the enormity of it is amazing, but we could go down 8 of the 16 levels. To boot then the tunnels would ...

    Vale to Beatrice. RIP

    A travel blog entry by alyandgreg on Nov 02, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... husband got offended and came to my rescue, you are wrong but, for those one or two of you, who think he just laughed and then engaged in conversation with her ROOM MATE give yourself a wrap. I didn't help things by hanging around but simply didn't know what to do. So how's my form - 2 people on the ship take a liking to me. An 83 year old man from Birmingham and an over 55 year old lesbian from God knows where. So anyway I managed to get out of that alive ...

    Cappadocia

    A travel blog entry by opacheco on Sep 17, 2013

    13 photos

    ... the valley walls as well as the signature fairy chimneys that have made the region famous. The valley derives it's name from the many pigeon houses that were carved by the inhabitants and played an important role in their daily lives and religious practice. The birds provided them with a means of communication, pigment for their paintings and fertilizer for their crops. Next on the list was the Selime rock monastery, ...

    Moving East

    A travel blog entry by jonnystravels on Jul 23, 2013

    57 photos

    ... since I haven't had a cafe mocha since leaving the states, I had them fire one up. I'm a big coffee drinker and generally all you can get in Turkey is Nescafé or Turkish coffee, of which I'm not really a fan of. So a western style coffee shop was much needed. After my coffee, i started heading back towards my hostel and who should I see sitting on some cushions having a spot of tea? Benjamin from Olympos. I give him a slight quizzical look, as he knew I was in Cappadocia, ...

    Bush Camp #3 Good Natoall

    A travel blog entry by free_range_hen on Jul 22, 2013

    4 photos

    ... was so dry. They helped to dig a trench around it and warned us not to venture away from the camp site to far as there was a NATO base near by. The advantage of this bush camp was there didn't seem to be any annoying wildlife like swarms of wasps, millions of ants or a chorus of crickets, but instead the grass was razor sharp so we had dig out the walking boots. Chris: I suspected the gentlemen who inspected us at camp were not NATO, unless ...