Monastery Cave Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... me with its gentleness. There were no jerks, we just simply floated away into the air. Also, what surprised me is that I seem to have no fear of heights like I always thought I had. I guess, a article I read few years back was right, that most of us have a fear of falling down and not a fear of height itself. As we were rising, so were literally hundreds of balloons all around us. As we reached some height, the sun rose beyond the ridge and it was a sight ...
... off. From Sultanhani we continued on to the Ihlara Valley, a beautiful and strange place with crazy rock formations. The valley has a small stream running through it and is steeply pitched on each side. In the rock formations on either side of the valley are the caves carved into the rocks where people lived, mainly to protect themselves from invaders. We are hoping to visit one of the last cave dwellers tomorrow. Our day finished with a visit to an ...
... cushions. 3. KNOW YOUR PRICE After learning what a fake taxi meter looks like and realising that my husband knows more insults in Arabic than he does in French, a people not known for their hospitality, it is clear you need to know your price. Be it a taxi...although even the most passionately insulted Turk claiming his €5a min charge is fair is a bit much for anyone's standards (Although as someone who does not like I conflict I toyed with the idea ...
Mustafapasa was a very Greek town until the "population transfer" took place after WWI. It must then have been neglected for a long time. Located just 15 km from Goreme and interesting in its own right, it is experiencing a well-justified revival, but there are still surprisingly few tourists.
Frances found a great deal at the Gül Konaklari Sinasos Hotel, a former Greek mansion where the Queen of Spain has stayed, for €45/night. Apparently ...
... mind that we might have had the same testimony and beliefs as the people here at one point in time, only for them to let go and move away from the truth. Matt had a few debates with our guide throughout our visit of Ephesus as he spoke about the history of the 'church' amongst other things. I think Matt enjoyed himself challenging everything that Emre said. I kind of felt sorry for him by the end of the visit! It was pretty mind-boggling to walk in the footsteps of the ...