Monastery Cave Hotel

Address: Mustafa Pasa Kasabasi, Mustafapasa, Cappadocia, 50420, Turkey | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Mustafa Pasa Kasabasi, Mustafapasa, is near The Citadel and Archaeological Museum.
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      Cappadocian Castles

      A travel blog entry by mariahdacosta on Aug 30, 2014

      11 photos

      Cappadocia means land of the beautiful horses. We haven't seen that many horses, but 'castles' or Fairy Chimneys are one of the big attractions of this beautiful area . We started the day with another group of fellow tourists, exploring the many natural formations given the romantic name of Fairy Chimneys. These have been caused by erosion of mostly soft 'tufa' or volcanic ...

      Losing the trail ...

      A travel blog entry by debbie.chung on May 17, 2014

      2 comments, 38 photos

      ... leaving the village to go 'off-road' when I saw a few villagers sitting in an open 'ute' peeling a mound of freshly harvested potatoes. They were going to be at it for awhile! Again, they were quite agreeable to being photographed in action. Perhaps it was their happy, friendly demeanour that kept them stress free and healthy!

      Then it was off the beaten track again with Chris and his trusty GPS! Some steep climbing (I had to get off the ...

      May 8th travelling along the Turkish Coast

      A travel blog entry by dave-and-freda on May 08, 2014

      4 comments

      ... enough of these carpets at home and that one was extremely old…………..sudden ly an old carpet was being unrolled in front of him, complete with holes and bare threads.

      What a show that was, well worth watching and we were treated to another one after we left and were in the foyer of the building, of Turkish jewellery. I think that if they could, they would have tried to sell me a carved wooden door if they had one to spare because I admired theirs, on the way ...

      Back to Istanbul

      A travel blog entry by kyajade on Nov 07, 2013

      ... for the bus instead, then headed back towards the bus station and went in a little music shop we'd passed a few times where some English and Turkish people were hanging out. We chatted to them about music and hung out for about 10 minutes before it was time to go back to the bus. It was running late though, and Darren chatted with a couple of Aussies from Sydney, then the bus finally showed up, which ended up being a shuttle bus to Nevsehir, where we had ...

      Here in Cappadocia at last!

      A travel blog entry by leela.devere on Oct 30, 2013

      ... he can come back from the edge...i would hate to see him get in a fog now that we have reached a real place of beauty. We are bowing to the Samsung Gods for having a free connection to satellites with GPS that just turns us into a red dot going down a blue road...makes my job as navigator easy (no, i am not perfect...i look up to better hear Thomas and zoom...we have just missed our turn...no problem though...Thomas is good at U-turns! More ...