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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Karadut Pansiyon Kahta
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... got to our hotel the guy said the roads were bad. Likely he was saying this because he wanted us to pay for his tour. We talked to some other tourists who had been and they said the roads were fine. But then we felt bad and figured we should support this guy so we ended up doing the tour. We definitely could have gone ourselves, but it turned out to be pretty fun. The guy seemed to know a bit about the different sites we stopped ...
... who were moving on and found a cosy bar that made fresh mulled wine to order and supplied us with fresh mandarins and roasted chestnuts free of charge. My last day in Goreme before I flew out the next morning to Paris was particularly special. If I wasn't including my final night over in France, this was my last official day of my European trip (even though technically I had crossed over into Asia when I took that ferry across the Dardanelles). I woke bright ...
... and a rack of grapes drying in the sun. The evening brought the concerts - we heard traditional Turkish singing accompanied by typical Turkish instruments, whose names elude us, and then, finally, later came the more modern pop- style musicians accompanied by dancers, and flashing lights and smoke effects on stage. It was really crowded with families, young children bobbing about with helium balloons shaped like cartoon characters tied ...
... stood 13 hours on the bus yuk.
Today we are in transit from Cappadiocia to Santorini, we were picked up at 9am and after three planes and lots of waiting as we are now we hope to reach Santorini at 11pm. Can't complain as I'm very excited to see Santonrini. Its the waiting at airports that makes you tired.
Lucky we have free WiFi as we're sitting in Athens Import and have to wait three hours for our next flight.
... a valley called Rose Valley (named after the colour of the rocks not that there were any roses there). Took us about 2.5 hours to walk through and up the valley rocks in the heat of the afternoon. Recovered and relaxed back at the campsite for the rest of the afternoon and night. On our last day in Cappadocia, which coincided with Anzac Day, we decided to get up at 5.30am and walked up to some ...