Sinter Terasse House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... asking exactly what massud, our guide has already explained or wanting to know exactly what time we will be eating lunch and how long until the next stop, to which the whole bus roll their eyes. Not to mention the times that massud tells us of the folk tales and legends of the land, he dismisses them all. Verbally, and in a very cringe worthy way. We also have a couple of couples, one of which is expecting. We had a belly Dancing extravaganza at the hotel last night ...
... that had an amazing view of the travertines. We had a huge meal, but after we had finished we went to another place which had a tv so we could watch a world cup match and eat dessert!
I didn't sleep well that night because it was just so hot and the air-con was terrible. We had a nice breakfast on the roof of our hotel which had lots of lovely fresh fruits picked locally. After we had finished breakfast and packed everything up we got the ...
... all the stone from.... from there we drove to Pammukale, arriving just on dusk. After checking in enjoyed a late dinner of turkish lamb chops (as good as NZ lamb) at Mehmet's Heaven restaurant - the restauranteur was quite a character and so eager to please, and became quite animated when he found out we were from New Zealand.
... were sitting with 2 kiwi guys, both farm boys from down south, a kiwi couple from Auckland, and 2 Aussie girls. The group seems really nice, apart from the ********s but we can easily stay away from them. After dinner there was a belly dancer show in the lobby so we watched that for a bit then headed to our room. We were keen for a swim but by the time dinner was over it was cold outside. We have a 6.30am wake up call tomorrow so glad to be getting to bed not too ...
... and saw many tiny townships that most travelers would not get the chance to see. Every two hours we had a quick break to stretch then it was back into the van for another stint. By 1pm we arrived in Bursa and our driver got us a little lost and had to ask for directions from a local taxi driver. Back on the right road we stopped off for lunch at a restaurant specialising in iskender which apparently originated in this town. Yoce Hunkar Restaurant served us the most amazing ...