Les Maisons de Cappadoce
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sure I was home by 11.30 and didn't touch drugs, sex or alcohol as wouldn't want to disappoint with bad grades or unnecessary stress. My dad will probably disagree but I think one of our most stressful conversations was the time I wanted to paint my room dark purple, and we settled for French provincial lavender with floral motifs...hmmm on 2nd thought maybe my dad should open up a carpet shop in turkey...although I think as usual I picked the most expensive ...
... which only 4 have been excavated. The first story down was for the stables. The second story had a church and the remaining stories were for kitchens, wineries, food storage and housing.
The tunnels were quite intricate with narrow connectors opening into larger areas. If being chased, the people would roll large heavy stones (round, about 2 feet deep and over 6' in diameter) into an opening that could be re-opened from the inside. One historical ...
Cappadocia. I'd never actually heard of Cappadocia, thus never really desired to travel here. It wasn't until Jed had sent me a photo which I think was from either Instagram, or one of those 'things to see before you die' on Facebook. It looked amazing. So it went on the list. After our un eventful evening in the sticky carpet hotel in the Bronx of istanbul, we awoke at 4am. Greeted by the night duty hotel worker with meat, cheese, olives and a whole loaf of bread, the ...
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Chilled out back at our hotel in the afternoon until we decided to get a drink at the hotel lounge bar to watch the sunset. David and Pam joined us there and we shared a bottle of Turkish tempranillo before they went on to dinner at the hotel restaurant. We decided to return to our room for an early night in anticipation of our 0400 start in the morning!
... himself. His future, he said, was in coffee – his passion. He taught himself to make delicious western style coffee and planned to use his skills to take him to a better place… And we thought we knew the value of a good coffee.
Our new balloon-operating-motorbike-riding local man friend was fantastic company. We had a yummy cosy dinner together and in the morning he met us at the bus for some kind words and hugs before our departure back to Ankara. The ...