Perimasali Cave Hotel - Cappadocia
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
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... and the guard had to come and find us and tell us our time was up. I'm really glad he did as I wouldn't have wanted to have spent the night down there! Tonight we are in a charming cave hotel called the Gamirasu Cave Hotel in the small village of Ayvali near Urgup. The entrance to the hotel is so narrow we couldn't drive the mini van here, so we walked about 500 meters in the dark admiring the beautifully lit buildings (mostly hotels I think). Our ...
... wearing it for so many weeks, I feel kind of naked with it. Could have something to do with my shortage of hair though! It really is no big deal if you stop thinking that the scarf = muslima suppression. For me it is just being respectful. Nobody tried to convince me to become a Muslima, nor am I thinking to become one. Even if I would learn more about the religion I think I am too Western and free-spirited to ever be able to live by the day-to-day guidelines ...
... 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 ...
... transfer to the airport in Izmir in the morning which was about an hour away. We had been told that the tour company had organised our flight and that the driver would have our tickets. Up till now the organisation on this tour had not been great, so when the driver told us he didn't have anything for us we felt a tiny bit nervous. We had no documents confirming that we had a flight or anything, and we had already booked a flight out of Istanbul. Fortunately, the company's word ...
... 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 ...