Perimasali Cave Hotel - Cappadocia
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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... months. They also had many booby traps set up for the invaders; fortunately we left unscathed. Next, we did a hike down the Ilhara Valley and enjoyed freshly squeezed pomegranate juice on a floating harem-style dining area. It felt very decadent, even though the juice only cost 3 dollars. It was a lovely hike through the canyon and we saw many cave houses and interesting rock formations along the way. Next, and the most important stop was the Selime Monastery. This is not your ...
... to wherever they live. I contented myself with 2 traditional designed,but machine produced, little table mats sold at a stall outside! We saw more of the weird and wonderful scenery on the way back to the hotel but declined to go on a traditional folklore evening offered to us with belly dancers included, as by then we found out that we would have a Very Early Start for the Balloon Flights the next morning. By Very Early I mean we were to be woken up with a wake up call at 4.30 am ...
... in the former stable, but they must have fixed it up a bit since closing the door after the horses left. It was a loft room with a lot of character. The hotel also has several interesting public spaces, including a beautiful second-story salon and a library with a few shelves of old volumes. It was most recently renovated in 2002. There were only a few people staying there when we were there.
Breakfasts are fabulous: buffet style, and in addition ...
... exit. There is about 20 of us left in the audience to continue the fun. Day 9 - South Cappadocia More of the "fairy chimneys"/giant termite mounds. With suggestions from the tour guide we spend the morning doing our own exploring. In the afternoon drive to other spot this time requiring an entry fee included in the tour to enter the underground city world of early Christians except this time the caves are bigger decorated, include art work were communal ...
... lunch - for me, it was a magnum ice cream and a cold coke and Chris bought a tin of tomato and eggplant dip which he devoured with a huge loaf of bread! We sat across the road at a tea (chai) shop to eat our lunch with chai, of course, and the usual sheet of newspaper over the already existing tablecloth (which I don't think ever gets laundered)!.
Refuelled and somewhat rested after lunch, and with most of the bigger climbs out of the ...