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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Lazy day spent packing and planning.
Late today Teresa and Karla headed back to explore Istanbul before Teresa's return to NZ on Friday.
Meanwhile thanks to Travel agent Larry back home (via messenger) Leanne and Carne planned their detour to the city of Antalya, and then spent a lovely evening with a bus load of fellow travellers (some even that we had met whilst at Gallipoli). Thank goodness Larry never sleeps.
... it was the waypoint for the tired camel caravans that needed a break after 50 days of travel. remains of kitchens and churches (complete with pillars) and of course, pigeon homes. it was the snow day we were there and it was a little additonal treat to have a layer of icing sugar on what already looked like a fairy castle. maybe the sugarplum fairies live here? we also visited an underground city. they're finding more and more of them in this region all the time. in ...
... coldest part was after we landed. The weather was very good, not crystal clear but good enough for us to be totally wowed. The flight lasts about 45 - 50 minutes and covers the most amazing alien countryside for which this Cappadocia region is famous. In fact I think Goreme, one of the local towns is a world heritage site. If you are looking on the map you probably want to locate Konya, go east and look for places like Aksaray, Nevsehir and Kayseri. That is where we have ...
... organised was produced with lit candles to celebrate the girls and Ali - whose birthday is tomorrow. The girls were thrilled and the cake was shared with the entire restaurant.
We then headed back to the hotel and I re packed the kids' luggage, settled them and dosed a snuffly Alex with medicine to get her through the night.
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... volcanoes spitting tuff rock sand all over the place, has been home to civilization starting over 2500 years ago. The moonlike landscape is dotted with underground cities, picturesque pointy rock houses, and lots of mural decorated churches. Nowadays villages like Ürgüp, Mustafapasa and scenic Ayvali have a South France feeling to them. Words and even my photos do not do the area justice! This has to be visited personally to get a real feel of all that ...