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... they only do dinners so we made a reservation for tomorrow night. For lunch we stopped at a pide restaurant. I had a pide, Yulia had the grilled trout. We then went back to the room, had tea and continued searching for a place to stay in London. Trying to utilise the Aussies in London page on Facebook. We went for dinner with ...
... heart and your hand melts into His and you begin now to ascend the path to Heaven In your pilgrim’s death the phoenix will ever resurrect. In this traveler’s dream, you will actualize The web of One we have wovenIn the Light, you will wake to realize We are the Garden of Your own ...
... with the expected ingredients as well as a surprisingly tasty finishing touch of garlic yogurt instead of sour cream--I hate sour cream, but was a fan of the yogurt substitute.
Our final day in Cappadocia was Easter, and we fittingly spent much of it exploring cave churches carved into the region's rock. We started with the Goreme Open Air Museum, a former Byzantine monastic settlement and one of Cappadocia's many current UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It's ...
... bin El Hasan during the reign of the sultan Kaykhusraw III. This monumental caravanserai then became the largest in Turkey. It is one of the best examples of Anatolian Seljuk architecture.
We followed the main highway part of the way passing a large lake. It looked like it was salt. Then we found a bakery for morning tea in Akseray where I thought I'd managed to get across a weak coffee - no such luck - it seems weak comes with milk, strong without milk!! ...
... to see an underground city that was built and used by the Hittites in 1500BC. There are dozens of these underground towns, some connected to each other and some going down 8 levels underground. We also go to see the Melendiz River, churches cut out in huge rocks and a monastery also cut out and in the rocks, and finally we end the tour in Pigeon Valley. Okay I am not a fan of pigeons, but they are part of how these formations are made int ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- 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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