Nature Park Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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The Gerome Open Air Museum is one small section of this massive landscape that was home to hermits, monks and later others who believed their religion was better than the others. The stunning frescos that paint the inside of the many stone churches were subject to ...
... a bit more of a drive we arrived in Kusadasi. This was the first time we had seen the coast in a week, and immediately we felt more comfortable thanks to the nice sea breeze. We will be coming back to this town on our cruise later on in our trip. We even saw a couple of the cruise liners in the bay as we drove through the town. We had some spare time in the afternoon so Matt headed down into the town to find a computer shop. After the first shop was a fail, Matt wandered ...
... over into 100,000 miles today. Quite a milestone. I bought her with less than 15k on her but the real cllebration will be when she hits 115.
Cappadocia is a fascinating place and
is one of the top tourist destinations in Turkey but we managed to
snag a room for €18 each which is quite reasonable for the centre
of Goreme. A really good meal at a local eatery was followed by a
Turkish shave. I can't see ...
... watch the balloons take off at sunrise. We then lounged around back at camp and walked into town for lunch. We then had a wine tour organised for the afternoon which half the group went on. As there is no official wine tour in the area we just hired a driver and minibus to take us to three wineries, the second of which was a very local one who were not expecting us and seemed like they had never had ...
... don't wander down various side paths to explore when in the valleys.) The Rose Valley was our second-favorite valley in Cappadocia. It featured spectacular panoramic views up top and several rock-cut churches down below, including the day's most memorable church, which had elaborate columns and cathedral ceilings inside. We had a picnic lunch at the summit between the Rose and Red Valleys, then descended back down to continue our trek.
Completely exhausted by ...