Traveller's cave hotel
- 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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... as all around us the picture changed with the light. We took endless photos and agreed this was truly one of the most spectacular activities we have ever taken part in.
And then, all too soon we were back on the ground- gently landing right on the trailer. A glass of champagne for the adults- and juice for the kids in the sunshine while the chute was being re packed, and we headed back to town.
Our family then walked up to ...
... actual bus time.
As for that much vaunted German efficiency, it's not present and correct today at least.
So it's a pair of pretty sleepy fellows who stumble out of their respective pits and clamber onto the bus, hastily stuffing shirts into trousers and checking they have cameras and money.
In the event it's a completely busted flush. The weather ...
... and everyone seems to know it. We have no idea which colors were were doing for our two days!! The land scape here is moon-like with huge tufa monoliths. Mustafa takes us on a scorching hike through them, using pour imagination to pick our figures in the rocks. It would have been much more fun if it was cooler! Then we visited the cave house. These were originally used as houses by hermit monks who were hiding out to practice their religion during ...
... biggest being a three storey carved home which housed the nuns. It was huge! Some of the monastery's also had the original 11th century paintings in tact (similar but technically different to italian fresco due to the volcanic stones tendency to absorb liquids). After the museum we walked back through the city and had dinner at Manzara Roof top restaurant. We shared a delicious plate of homus as well as an eggplant ...
... We rushed downstairs and waited... and waited... for the van. Meanwhile, we saw scores of balloons rising up above the valley. We were pretty sure it was too late, and this wasn't going to happen for us after all, especially after we watched a hotel staff member walk down the hill into town and return 15 minutes later laden with loaves of bread for breakfast, all while we continued to wait for our ballooning pickup. But at last it arrived, and drove us straight to ...