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We are right an among the amazing structures that Cappadocia is famous for. And you wonder how such a thing could come about. We heard that a good start is to think of the whole area being covered by the lava from the volcanic eruptions from Mount Ericyes and Mount Hasan three million years ago. Covered so that all the valleys are filled. Over time …
The snow this time of year was a nice contrast to the monotonous brown/tan landscape that envelopes the entire area. Wondering around finding my Cave Pension I was confused on the similarities of names and the lack of creativity in the tourist destination town of Gerome (star cave hotel, cave star, cave suite across from suites cave hotel... C'mon …
We got off our bus this morning to a view of about 30 hot air balloons. We rented a scooter and drove an hour away to an underground cave city where ancient Christians lived to avoid persecution. It was a chilly ride(about 60 degrees) but that's nothing compared to what the Christians had to go through! Then we went to the famous fairy chimneys in …
After a not very rejuvenating nap, we headed up to the
scooter rental shop. It was surprisingly
cheap to rent one(35TL-about $22 for 6 hours+gas). Mom decided to drive because my driving
record isn’t the best this year, and one more accident would probably be the
end of my driving for a while. There is
one of the largest …
We left our hotel in the evening to catch the overnight train to Ankara. It was quite a sight when 7 Caucasian girls, 1 Asian girl, and 1 Turkish guide strolled into the train station with all our bags. I don't think many tours to Turkey actually use public transportation! There were 4 beds in each compartment and the girls who had been on sleeper …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStar Cave Hotel & Pansion Goreme
best sleep of the trip, when you think star cave you think dark. but the addition of dry warm rooms made sleeping here very enjoyable.
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