Lykia Lodge Kapadokya
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... and where visitors observe the creative and highly skillful process of the artisans' work. The much larger other side wis a display area absolutely brimming with beautiful urns, pitchers, bowls, plates, and other novel ceramic objects produced by the pottery.
Upon arrival we were escorted into the production area and served a cup of tea, while an artist named Kadir deftly worked the potter's wheel to produce a traditional Turkish urn. It was a ...
... soil , and it’s very strict. Meat, fruit and grains might be a bit more expensive, but he says 90% of the population supports policies to keep it like this, not using artificial means of production.
He talked a lot about the geography of the country, pointing out where we were on the map and how Turkey had been an important centre of the ancient world because of its position between Asia and Europe. He mentioned all the archeological ...
... rock that is easily (relatively speaking) to hollow out. For years, people have made homes in the rock and continue to do so today. In fact, the hostel I stayed in had rooms in caves which were supposedly 2000 years old!
I arrived in Goreme after the long bus journey from Istanbul and got right to the sight seeing. I went to the open air museum just outside of town. Apparently a lot of the caves were used by the Christians to hide in during the times that ...
... till you reach civilization again at The Rose Valley and Cavusin. Views are fantastic. And once you’re in the valley, hiking is pretty easy if you can stand the heat. The whole way you’re alone, not a living creature or building in site. It’s a thrilling feeling to have all this natural beauty to yourself, like you’re somewhere no one else has discovered.
Toward the end of the valley, 1 km outside Cavusin, is the Rose Valley Café, owned ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLykia Lodge Kapadokya Nevsehir
This is a great hotel but, unfortunately, not located within walking distance of anything. Unusual architecture makes it easy to get lost within the walls your first time out of your room, but it is really neat. Rooms are large and comfortable with screened windows and modern bathroom. There is a arge pool on the large grassed property. Meals are typically served in buffet style and offer lots of selections with the desserts being particularly good. Service was excellent with English spoken. Room has mini-bar (overpriced but you can stlll use it for your own beverages) and safe.
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