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Travel Blogs from Urgup
... guess what? Right! more bleedin' churches… all decorated with stunning paintings although these really are not standing the test of time. perhaps its cos they've been used for most of the last thousand years whereas the others in the region were all but abandoned. These places, for the most part are crumbling away quickly and the art is lost forever. We walked along the valley floor to our lunch stop and saw the old houses of the people who lived here. An earthquake ...
... street corners by vendors who are also entertainers. It is made of goat's milk and a binder which, as Gerry said, makes it a cross between Turkish taffy and ice cream. Neither of us were overly fond of it.
After dinner our entire group went to a local folk and belly dancing show. Most of our tour group agreed it was not that great; we have seen better, but we had a good time anyway.
For a day of fabulous sightseeing , the day rated an ...
... rocks and cliffs- with little windows and doors dotted throughout! Our hotel was located within one of these crazy 'chimneys', and our room was actually inside a cave!! Amazing!! As we couldn't check in yet (was still pretty early), we left our bags with the hotel, and went for a wander and to get breakfast. Meandering through tiny and windy streets, we found a place called Coffeedocia, which we quite promptly made a nest and ate a hearty breakfast, and sipped ...
... of the cell is decorated with antithetical crosses. Saint Simeon was living in seclusion near Aleppo in the 5th century, when rumors that he made miracles started to spread. Disturbed by all the attention, he began to live at the top of a 2m high column, and later moved to one 15m in height. From there he only descended occasionally to get food and drink brought by his disciples. The hermits of Cappadocia distanced themselves from the world ...
... of a good time. I despise and eschew massages at the best of times, but having already unwittingly paid for mine the bath attendants were having none of my feeble protestations -whether they could understand them or no- and were proceeding with the straightforward mindset of "we're stronger than you, this is happening". By the time I made good my escape I was left sodden, eminently clean and feeling a bit raped to wander rubber-legged back to my hostel and nurse my ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet