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TravelPod Member ReviewsMuseum Hotel Uchisar
Our hotel made us sad. It's a Relais et Chateaux, so our expectations were high. The rooms are very, very dark. The only place I could plug in my curling iron'hair dryer was sitting on the edge of my bed -- not at a desk or in the bath. Insufficient plugs, lights and internet. Too bad -- it should have been superb! The internet didn't work.....but they did get that fixed. Would not choose again even though it is really pretty!
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... and where visitors observe the creative and highly skillful process of the artisans' work. The much larger other side wis a display area absolutely brimming with beautiful urns, pitchers, bowls, plates, and other novel ceramic objects produced by the pottery.
Upon arrival we were escorted into the production area and served a cup of tea, while an artist named Kadir deftly worked the potter's wheel to produce a traditional Turkish urn. It was a ...
... and we must have been driving in a built-up area for well over an hour which I suppose is to be expected in a city of 17 million. Yusuf spent this first part of the day-long drive talking about the social and economic side of the country and it was interesting too with lots of comparisons to be made with NZ re earthquake codes and farming. After the enormous quake in 1998 there was an enormous improvement re building codes and in finance – the ...
... flight was over too soon! As we descended from the sky our pilot skilfully and gently landed us onto a trailer which drove us to a better spot for letting the balloon down. While the crew packed up the balloon we were treated with a Champagne celebration drink and presented with a certificate to commemorate our flight. I would rate this as one of my favourite experiences of Europe. We arrived back to our hotel just in time for breakfast, but as soon ...
... to Selime Monastary, which is huge, built into a large fairy castle and towers over fields below. 200 priests would live here at a time.
After stopping for Turkish Delight candy, we went to an onyx workshop and showroom in Uchisar, Uchisar Castle was right across the street.
Watching sunset on the ridge last night was quite the scene. Hundreds of people walking the trails at the top trying to catch the best views.