Village Cave Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free parking
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... re beat. I can't believe tomorrow will be our last day in Turkey....we have done so much. We fly to Venice on Friday. Tomorrow is Eid el-Adha and many of the shops and bazaars will be closed for the next 4 days but especially tomorrow. Hopefully we will find some places open as we planned to do our ...
... was to see the "Fairy Chimneys". These fairy chimneys are made of volcanic ash and over time have eroded forming these amazing shapes and sculptures. Onwards to a regional rug production centre where we had a firsthand experience of the unique art of carpet/rug making. We also saw how they get the silk from the cocoons, now that was interesting! When we arrived the owner showed us the traditional way women make rugs. I just loved the silk and ...
... amp;A discussion and learned more about mountain village life.
Back in Mustafapasa, I signed up for a cooking lesson at the Vocational School. The chef and about 15 students helped us cook tomato-cucumber appetizer, herbal yogurt dish, Sultan's Delight which is beauchel sauce with roasted eggplant topped with lamb, apricot-fig dessert. To be honest, students did most of the work, we did most of the ...
... we could enjoy the peace of the place.
When we got back to the road there were three hot air balloons that were being filled ready for an afternoon flight. We watched as they took off. It was interesting to see how much work and how many people were involved in getting the balloon up and away. There are these huge take off/landing places all along the roadsides for the balloons.
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After my visit to the tourist office of Ürgüp I am overloaded with brochures and maps of the area. Lots to see, place to hike and things to do. After reading some of it, I feel totally stressed out. I decide to explore my way, trusting on my instinct where to stop and where to go. Ürgüp is lovely but a bit too touristy for me with its boutiques, hotels and wine terraces and tourist busses. After a quick walk around, parked next ...