Nature Park Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Just before the tour ends we are taken on the obligatory shopping trip. Stop at an overpriced tourist store where they will pay a commission to the tour company for purchases made. Good for a snack, with a variety of samples on offer hold out and wait to get back into town-everything here is three times the normal price.
Arriving back nearly two hours later than expected I am famished so we head to our favorite gozleme shop ...
... very strong opinions which she was clearly not shy to air, and although a practicing muslim was very secular and modern in her world views. Her opinion of Obama's foreign policy also matched mine. :) Apart from the people aspect, Cappadocia is just beautiful. The natural rock formations are, of course, the highlight of the place. But the human history associated with this region that dates back to 2000 BC makes it just a very unique place. Then we had lunch ...
... a cave hotel and they are covered in stucco to look like a cave, and tour booking offices and balloon flights and not much else.
I booked in but couldn't get into my room so I walked to the open air museum. It is an old monastic settlement dating from about the 11th century. It was a little disappointing cos a lot was roped off but what was there was pretty cool. I went to take a photo and got told off, there was a ...
Later start to the day as many people went out for a hot air balloon ride - Ros and I satisfied ourselves by watching the balloons slide past from the comfort of our beds. It was an act of sheer acrobatics getting into the bath tube for a shower but I did it - why didn't we get one of the rooms with just a shower?! First stop this morning was to a local family who still live part-time in one of the rock ...
... dropped off at tiny hotels tucked away in back streets in remote villages which the shuttle bus had to inch it's way down between stone walls, houses,tractors and other bits and pieces. The hotel is sited on the hill above town and built partly into the cliffs. Our bathroom is entirely inside a rock cliff whereas the bedroom looks out over a small terraced garden. Straight to bed as it's a 4.50am start tomorrow for a hot air ballon ...