Les Maisons de Cappadoce
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... and became more tolerated the Greeks built substantial homes there. Then, during Ottoman times there was an "exchange" of the Greek population and they left their homes in the region but they are still recognizable by their architecture. It was not clear whether Turks living in Greece were forced back to Turkey.
We stayed in a hotel made from the caves and it was quite nice. Cool at enough at night though the temperature in the room was rather constant while ...
... was drizzling. We were too late to see the museum, a bit to our relief, but did see the changing of the guard. They do a strange sort of goose step - I will post the video if I can this damn app to work properly. I'm also fighting with the hotels internet connection. We are staying at the Bilkent, very fancy. So fancy we had to go through security like the airport to get in! An early start tomorrow and then a long run to Istanbul and the end of the Turkish bit of our ...
The upshot is that every time I pass through an entry barrier an orange warning light flashes and when I transit an exit barrier all hell breaks loose as I set off a siren not unlike an approaching police car with siren blaring.
So be it. As I transit the barrier at Izmir and set off the very audible alarm there is a police car sitting on the hard shoulder. But maybe he is just getting into his first donut of the day because ...
... man, dressed causally in western clothes, would confound any stereotypes you may have of the Muslim clergy. We spent an hour and a half speaking with him. His question of us was whether our time spent in Turkey had changed our images of Muslims. For me it is not so much affected my idea of individual Muslims since I have known and worked with many Muslim people. But my experience has been within the context of the larger American society. I confess that ...
... we were able to visit a current day houses carved into rock. There are very few left - most have been closed down or turned into a hotel (and built out). However, this person had inherited his house and decided to continue to live there. It was quite interesting - consisting of 6 floors, each having basically one room. Carpets covered the walls and floor, so it felt quite warm and comfortable.
We then drove back into town for an Ebru lesson. Ebru is ...