Perissia Hotel & Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... there the night before and complimented the owner on his wife's cooking. He casually mentioned that they had conducted cooking classes for some prior guests, and we immediately made arrangements for a group cooking class this evening.
At 5:30 pm we arrived in the kitchen of the Old Greek House and donned our aprons. For the next 2 1/2 hours we chopped, sautéed, and stirred. The husband provided translation, and I dutifully tried to record the recipes. [Was that tomato paste ...
... special costumes, in the bazar we saw costumes as described in the book. So I asked the teacher about this and he said yes, most people still performed the ceremony.
The trees are still coming into leaf up here, apples, pears, walnuts, almonds and another tree I did not recognise but it's apricot. My stomach is improving, soup tonight. Annie
A long day and tomorrow I think we need some down time....
... for a wander, only to discover that this place had dozens of rooms all stacked out with hundreds of carpets.
Wandering into the 'Silk Room' I unfurled a little rug of about 30" x 20" or so.
Pretty, striped, with added motifs and decorations it was multicoloured but muted, and the tassels at each end were partly bound with different colours.
Yes, I could happily see that on a wall at home.
Almost immediately a salesman had appeared with a calculator in ...
... apparently too many people had tried to ride it. Finished off the day with a visit to a winery in Urgup. We tried the Turasan wines. Emir was the white and Okuzgozu was the red. Both wines were very dry and, to be honest, not very flavourful. The process is different, Surcen explained, because instead of a barrel, the grapes are allowed to ferment in the caves. Quote of the day? Brazilian woman: "Is the camel gonna spit at us?" Surcen: "No, he's not ...
... my opinion the best stop) was the underground city of Derinkuyu. This is the deepest underground city in the area. It is approximately 85 meters deep and has 16 floors, 8 of which are open to tourists. It was used to hide Christians during enemy attacks in the 5th to 10th centuries. The city was built around 8th century BC, it could accommodate about 20,000 people along with their livestock and other food supplies. This is just one of several underground ...