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TravelPod Member ReviewsKaya Pension Uchisar
Kind proprietor who asked if I spoke French but was able to communicate fine in English
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... nightmare - getting 10,500 people out of Anzac cove and on their long up hill trek to Lone Pine. The narrow roads made everything very difficult, and the lack of physical fitness of many who attended, meant that the Lone Pine trek was risky, especially after no sleep and a lack of food. Placed along the track were first aid officers to help those who could not complete the trek, and hundreds of army snipers, who kept look out in the hills for anything that might ...
... time by Alaaddin Keykubat I and the courtyard by his son. With its great portals, pavilion mosque, towers and other architectural features, this Caravanserai is reminiscent is reminiscent of the castle-like royal hans. We will then drive back to your hotel. On the way out we came across a fellow on his little donkey, being followed by a flock do sheep and goats. He sat up ready for a photo, ...
... breakfast at the Museum hotel. The others are from the spice and herb stores in Urdup. Some of the things outside the stores were herbal remedies, and they ranged from a soap rub for lactating women, to something for hemorrhoids, and right next to that something for ...
... through all the valleys within the duration of our flight. He also landed our basket with expertise directly onto the trailer at the end of our flight which amazed us all. David then cracked the champagne; chocolate dipped strawberries and shortbread were passed around - a fitting end to a memorable experience! The balloon had landed in a field not far from Uchisar so we were dropped back at the hotel first ..... in time for a ...
... rock houses that used to house pigeons so they could collect the pigeon poop for various uses. After lunch we drove out to an underground city that was 8 storeys deep and used to house around 2,000-5,000 people whilst they were hiding from enemies. The last stop of the trip was a castle on-top one of the hills, which we climbed up for panoramic views. It was a long but great day and we were all knackered after a huge day of ...