Perissia Hotel & Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... method - basically, the potters wheel is spun using a weighted wheel that you kick to keep moving. The pottery was beautiful but mostly very expensive. We have heard rumours that the tour guides get 30% commission for every item sold… this may or may not be true, but along with our trip to a carpet makers and a leather factory, we have held out well and kept out tour guides poor and unencumbered by wealth…!
After a delicious lunch in an ...
... is an ancient church right at the top of the hill, which I was not intending to climb up to as it was very hot, but somehow the little 'Red Valley' path led all the way up there and following the intermittent signs as I climbed higher, having gone over a very rickety plank on the edge of the hillside with no handrail, I carried on to the church. After the amazing churches we had just seen this was not worth the effort, but oh so many brownie points for braving the ...
... other. It was also the land of theHittites. The sparsely inhabited landscape of Cappadocia is characterized by red sandstone and salt deposits of the Miocene (Tertiary) period. However, the relatively small areas of fertile soil ...
... messages and they are edible. The reason I have a photo of pigeons is not to elevate this lowly winged rat to an unreasonable status, but to show that pigeons can be interesting. For example, here's a sign for a pigeon scenic overlook. .
Because of the need for pigeons in everyday life in the past, there were a great number of pigeon coops - but they are pigeon coops of a natural sort. Notice the rock ...
... A Turkish bath can't really be described, only experienced. I'll just sum it up by saying, sitting on a marble slab with seven other women, getting scrubbed raw with a linen mitt, soaped from top to bottom, and then doused over the head with a bucket several times sounds like something someone should be paying money to do to me, not the other way around.
And yet it was worth every penny.