Temenni Evi Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Temenni Evi Hotel Urgup
Travel Blogs from Urgup
... to be pretty comfortable and we had working WIFI! Unfortunately, it turned out to be less comfortable than expected. The bus was 100% full and made a TON of stops in tiny towns, at each of which all the lights were switched on and everyone got off the bus to smoke.
At some point, we had the interesting experience of a high-maintenance Turkish couple refusing to sit ...
... s fine your right it is. Today marks 1month of our trip so far, it hasn't been a walk in the park and of course at times stressful. But I have slept well (hair even curly again despite severe sun damage) I have eaten whatever I wanted and tried everything, I have walked nearly every day...not run...we know that will never happen and I have been given time. A 3month trip is a rarity I know and I'm lucky Oscar is so stubborn otherwise I might have ...
This was our most amazing day! Got up at 3 am, in the hotel lobby by 4 am and off to ride a hot air balloon over Cappadocia. We watched the sun come up as we were lifted high in the sky, then deep into the rock formation valleys. Our pilot was one of two who was able to catch the right wind stream and get us into the valley. Just incredible. I was well prepared - had my Digital SLR, my Canon Powershot, my iPhone and my iPad. I used to laugh at people taking pictures ...
... on the walls. We stayed in it for some time enjoying the cool water with the little girl bringing us watermelon pieces and a bottle of water to help us rehydrate. We were offered the process over again. Once was probably enough!!!
Besides we felt sorry for the lady who worked constantly in this heat for us – she looked very tired and by this time it was after 11.00 pm - we were all tired after a full day ...
... Ilhara Valley. The first thing we didn't run into was a tortoise crossing the road. The open rocky fields are perfect countryside for tortoises and we have found them before in similar settings in Syria and Kazakhstan. We also didn't run into a fellow traveller, a Swiss cyclist. Note he is riding a recumbent or 'ligtfiets' in Dutch, I was particularly interested since I cycled a similar bike to this ...