Temenni Evi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Urgup
... nightmare - getting 10,500 people out of Anzac cove and on their long up hill trek to Lone Pine. The narrow roads made everything very difficult, and the lack of physical fitness of many who attended, meant that the Lone Pine trek was risky, especially after no sleep and a lack of food. Placed along the track were first aid officers to help those who could not complete the trek, and hundreds of army snipers, who kept look out in the hills for anything that might ...
Legend says the landscape was carved by fairies. After 3 days in Cappadocia, I can't help think there's truth in the stories. Icelanders would need years to map out the whereabouts of the "hidden folk" here! Fairy chimneys and table rock formations are everywhere in the areas around Avanos and Goreme. Star Wars was filmed here and the view is truly other-wordly. What a fantastic ...
... toda alegre. Até que deitei de bruços para ela lavar a parte de trás. Ela já soltou um “wowww, very nice” (com um sotaque bem turco). Eu ri, claro!! Daí eu recebi um tapa na bunda, inesperado, e ela rindo dizia pras outras mulheres “olha isso….very nice….very nice”, enquanto ria e batia na minha bunda. Ela estava impressionada com isso. Me perguntou de onde eu era, rindo e cantando ao mesmo tempo. Quando eu disse Brasil ela se empolgou mais ainda ...
Thought we had best do it before we left, so got up at 4am to see the balloons over Cappadocia. Not quite brave enough to go in one, but also far too expensive, about £100 each for an hour, that would seriously blow our budget. As usual, all didn't quite go to plan. Firstly we couldn't find Rose Valley where they set off from, by the time we found a view point, they were already in the air, hm. The other must see at this time is the sun rise hm, we ...
... this country has been ruled by so many people and so many nations have lived here. we the headed to a carpet factory as traditional handmade double knotted carpets is a big thing in turkey, I had a go at making a couple knots in a carpet and now we could all tell you if a carpet is hand woven or not. the next day we left kusadasi bound for pamukale and its white calcium terraces. first of all we stopped at a leather factory, who knew leather was made in turkey but hey i also ...