Lykia Lodge Kapadokya
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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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... wake-up call for our Royal Balloon adventure. (Of course, we flew over 7,000 miles just to have a room next to two military families from Florida with no concept of quiet time or bottle recycling. And their children also seemed to multiply.)
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Early Christians fled to Cappodocia and hid in the valleys here. The ...
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