Traveller's cave hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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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... and I think he must have been a distant relative of the
Nawab of Pataudi.
Last job before we leave Ankara was to have the car
serviced. I like to have the first service done at a pukka Toyota garage so
that at least you know you are setting off into the unknown with some degree of
confidence. Whoever designed the Ankara Toyota building would have raised the
ire of no less a man than our future king, since the servicing workshops were ...
... The entry had ornate carvings and this was was large, surrounded by high walls for protection. The gate could be locked and the goods and people kept safe. They were usually built within a day's travel from one another. I climbed the top of the mosque that in this was square that was open to allow people through it. Around it was where the animals were kept undercover and commerce undertaken in the square. There ...
... several Underground Cities in the area and some are linked by tunnels.
The particular formation of the volcanic rock has facilitated the construction of places of refuge in the rocks and below ground level. Initially the caverns afforded shelter from the extreme heat (mid 30’s in summer and up to 20°C below zero in winter). They were expanded during the times when Christians were persecuted. In times of attack the ...
... inside the stone structures. There were times when the climbing was precarious, and I remembered that I was alone up there but there were places to be explored! The path took me down into a valley, where, suddenly, I was face to face with a mare and her foal. What?! Further into the valley were more grazing horses, tied up in the sun and looking hungry. I enjoyed the museum, but having a tiny taste of Indiana Jones was the moment for me. ...
... of tunnels, secret churches, tombs and safe havens.
We arrived late, and woke the FIRST MORNING to see the sky full of Hot Air Balloons. Karyn counted 50, but we know there were ...