Avanos Irmak Hotel

Address: Yeni Mahalle Jan Zakari Caddesi No:1, Avanos, Cappadocia, 50500, Turkey | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on Yeni Mahalle Jan Zakari Caddesi No:1, Avanos.
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Travel Blogs from Avanos

Amazing Goreme and Stunning Countryside!

A travel blog entry by lindell on Nov 17, 2014

12 photos

This morning the smoke was not so bad in Kayseri. We headed down to the bus station at 10.00am only to be told the next bus to Goreme was at 5.00pm. A lovely young Turkish lady who was buying tickets from the next kiosk (there were at least 12 ticket offices with competing touts) helped us find an earlier bus at 2.00pm. We settled into yet another cafe to drink Turkish chai and catch up on emails!

The bus ...

Rest day in Cappadocia

A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Aug 29, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... entertainment, with audience participation. At one point, we were all in a conga-type line and ended up going out dancing around a bonfire. It was very fun! Our evening started at 8:30 and ended at 11 pm. We had personal drop off and pick up service by Isa and Osman and since Isa knows the chef personally, he made sure we had a good table. Everyone is related to everyone in this town!! We have an early morning pick up, so we are happy to get home and into ...

Best part of the trip

A travel blog entry by voyager-sue on May 28, 2014

5 photos

... that most of the structures are old churches. Also, Susan had a few problems. The hill totally used up her reserves, and it was doubtful that her asthma would allow much more exertion. Plus, her ticket wouldn’t work to open the gate and the guy wouldn’t let her through and both Selšuk and Kimberly didn’t hear them calling. Finally, as the whole group went out of sight, the guy let her in and she had to rush up the hill to ...

Fairy Chimneys and hot air ballooning

A travel blog entry by dabby1 on Apr 20, 2014

... hard to describe, but basically has many volcanic like protrusions, forming a staggered-hilly backdrop. I think Belle's description of lots of "massive ant hills" gets close.

We're welcomed with a traditional Turkish drink - hot apple tea (sounds healthy but its as sweet as Raro)! Breakfast is a massive plate filled with fruit, cucumber, tomato, olives, crusty bread + french toast. Ramazan sorts us out for the next few days with a map, books us onto the 'green tour' of ...

Heading to the region of Cappadocia

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Apr 02, 2014

3 comments, 10 photos

... rule, championing women's rights and education, changing the Turkish alphabet from Arabic to Latin, among others. He is credited for setting the stage to make Turkey what it is today. He is buried in a magnificent mausoleum in Ankara. The site also contains a museum dedicated to his life as a military man, the war of independence, and his presidency. It is well done.

We are back on the bus now, headed to the region ...