Traveller's cave hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsTraveller's cave hotel Goreme
It seems that it's run by the same company as well as the dormitory.
Very nice rums carved in the stone. big Turkish breakfast. Good service: laundry, booking of balloon flight, horse riding and other activities.
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... like Aesop did but the intention was the same – a good story to make a point.
His followers became a sect within Islam known as Sufi and it is they who established the Whirling Dervish dance as a practice to demonstrate their piety.
Rumi was based in Konya and this probably explains the religious conservatism that is evident here.
Rumi’s tomb was quite impressive and ...
... 23:00 and we still haven't slept! Mum and I couldn't stop laughing! She asked the man if they were going to serve khorovadz next and he gives her a funny look and says no I slept from 11:00pm (after they served the tea and coffee) until 4:00am when they woke us up for a Pitt stop and then back on board for another 1hr to pamukkale where we were picked up by minibuses and taken to a hotel where we could freshen up and get ready for our tour at ...
... valley stop was interesting, we got to walk through and got to go inside these little caves. Quite touristy though. We stopped for lunch at a converted sikcaravan (motel), the table was set out with all this beautiful painted plates. They provided bread and oil, then served us by coming around with a table of dishes. I chose a chicken sheesh kebab and Turkish Apple tea. After lunch we headed to a pottery store. We got to see how the pottery is made, the guy made a sugar bowl out of ...
... streets of rock and Byzantine stone houses to this basement restaurant, about 8 tables in a cave room in a traditional house. Dinner Mixed Meze - stuffed cabbage leaves, stuffed vine leaves, Eggplant ragout with tomatoes, pan fried courgette in a kind odd omelette, white haricot beans in tomato sauce with onion and garlic. Delicious mixed salad, rice. ( we are still debating, but rice seems to be served with saffron and has a slight gloss, so some oil,added after ...
... who were moving on and found a cosy bar that made fresh mulled wine to order and supplied us with fresh mandarins and roasted chestnuts free of charge. My last day in Goreme before I flew out the next morning to Paris was particularly special. If I wasn't including my final night over in France, this was my last official day of my European trip (even though technically I had crossed over into Asia when I took that ferry across the Dardanelles). I woke bright ...