Traveller's cave hotel
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The scenery was not as amazing as the day before as we drove on the Anatolian plateau. We started with cherry tree orc**********g the road, replaced by crop and then steppe. The stops for tea and food along this big road answered my low expectations..
The only interesting stop was in Sultanhani where we visited a big caravanserais but this time …
The sıghts here ın Cappadocıa are too far apart to reach them on your own and try to use publıc transporatıon. So- we sıgned up for the Green Tour! Hıts a number of major sıghts, and ıs from 930-530 ıncludıng lunch- sounds lıke a deal! And ıt was! Great day- we got pıcked up from our pensıon and then drove to Derınkuyu underground cıty. Amazıngly …
... Very cool. Waking the next morning to sunlight streaming in the window of our cave room, I was in awe of the view from our patio at the Kelebek Hotel. It is almost surreal, like being in a fairy tale. Our rooms are cave rooms, carved out of the rock. Certainly not large, but quaint and very fitting to the setting. Les and Willy have a Junior Suite, with a bit more sitting room. We were instantly in love with our Hotel. The breakfast provided here added to an already happy ...
... I say he has the best office in the world. When they were squishing the balloon into its bag they guys picked up these 4 small girls and threw them one by one onto the top to try and squash the balloon down, they went heavy enough so they came and grabbed me and threw me on. It was quite funny.
Next we went back to the Hotel for breakfast. Followed by a trip to the outdoor museum, which is in a series of these anthills, they had ...
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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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