Hotel Lale Saray
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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I don't post many selfies...anymore at least (there were a lot during my dating excursions let's be honest), but I wanted to share with all my friends that have been across how sick I've been the last yr what a little time out with no work email can do. Luckily I am not one of my friends or their network that are suffering a serous illness and are facing a much bigger battle than I can imagine, my health issues have just been the continued affects of ...
... fury be like dead
5. In modesty and humility be like earth
6. In tolerance be like a sea
7. Either exist as you are or be as you look
We have one more thing to report - we are no longer Turkish rug virgins! We ventured into the land of Turkish rug dealer negotiations quite successfully. Our first purchase was a small Kilim which will hopefully work well in our kitchen. Stay tuned for additional purchases!
... working on rugs, and got to try knotting some wool on the rugs. It wasn't that easy! We also got to see how silk is made and the process of extracting the silk from the cocoons. Then we sat in a room where all the different types of rugs were rolled out on the floor by 5-6 salesmen, as the owner explained all the different types. Rhonda & I thought we might buy a small wall hanging, and after being taken into a room by ourselves, ...
... final morning in Cappadoccia prior to leaving for Istanbul.
There was a tour of the hotel (revealing tunnels, wine cellars, monastery etc) at 1800 where we met a fellow guest, David Berstein from DC, a warm and friendly person. We made tentative plans to meet for breakfast tomorrow morning (after his hot air balloon flight).
We had a cheese platter and drinks in the evening in the lounge bar overlooking the valley - pretty special.
... result said Top10 Turkey and that was all I read. The next day; despite our new found non-fond feelings that bus life is restricting, tiring and boring; we were on a bus heading there.
Six hours later I suddenly became alert when the bus did it’s first turn; it felt unnatural; we were climbing, twisting, freewheeling and bumping into town – Goreme. Out of the window I saw a far-reaching landscape which looked as though it was entirely made out of ...