Melagobia Cappadocia Hotel

Address: Nigde Yolu Uzeri 58, Nevsehir, Cappadocia, 50700, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Nigde Yolu Uzeri 58, Nevsehir.
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Travel Blogs from Nevsehir

Underground City & Cave Churches

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Oct 30, 2014

15 photos

... 5 star places and having real people and real families cook for them. When we got home Christine went to the kitchen to get a knife to cut the pumpkin. Initially two of the guys spoke and reappeared with a butter knife.  We looked for our Swiss Army knife but did not actually have it with us in Cappadocia so Christine went back and after four of the fellows deliberated they eventually parted ways with a full carving knife - though they had no idea if this woman had lost it and ...

And Reunited

A travel blog entry by dave.coleman on Sep 19, 2014

8 photos

... completely ignored and carry on my way unmolested.

I will probably get arrested when I try to leave Turkey in a few weeks time.

After Izmir the road just gets better and better. As I climb up over the mountains the road swings through a series of fast sweepers. It is newly surfaced and very grippy. It is also getting damn cold with the altitude and some serious clouds are beginning to appear.

At a coffee ...

Cappadocia: Hot Air Ballooning Over Fairy Valley

A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Jul 05, 2014

9 comments, 18 photos

... in a balloon once, and I bungee jumped out of it for my 21st birthday. So stupid. The more rational and mature me looked at the company's safety record before choosing. I had a few butterflies as Chad and I hurled ourselves into the enormous basket (not out of it), at dawn. Others from all over the world did the same in 100 colorful balloons surrounding us, all rising to different levels, floating about. It was incredible, ...

Lunar Landscapes and Fairy Chimneys

A travel blog entry by dlake on Mar 26, 2014

4 comments, 34 photos

... churches and monasteries into the rock beginning in the first century A.D. Over the centuries these cave dwellings have been expanded re-purposed by the various cultures that have inhabited these valleys.

I should also mention that today is our 20th anniversary! The time has flown by and there is no place better to celebrated it than with our two girls in Cappadocia. Hopefully the next 20 years will be as enjoyable as the first 20!


Meet The Flintstones (in Cappadocia)

A travel blog entry by another-sky on Oct 21, 2013

9 photos

... We even got to stay in one! In case you're wondering, I did not don a sabre tooth tiger coat, like Fred, nor did Sandi pin her hair up with a bone, like Wilma. Nor were these the primitive cave dwellings of Neandertals.

Cappadocia was first occupied by the Hittites in ancient times (yes, of Biblical lore) who came to the area and discovered a geological anomaly - volcanic layers in the form of hard basalt over softer stone. Centuries of erosion created stone pillars ...