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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... I have heard the trains are nice and I will try and take one at some point but the buses here are amazing. They provide drinks and snacks throughout the service. Almost all of them have tv screens on the seats with a variety of games, tv and sometimes movies. There are relatively spacious and extremely clean. So much better than I was hoping for- and no blaring music overhead so you actually get a little sleep on them. Complete bonus on the bus, I run into a friend ...
... stop at the pottery shop. They gave us a demo of making a pot that was actually quite interesting. The potter spins the wheel with his foot and still manages to make something. I really liked the "wine jugs" so I asked the price. Including shipping and insurance I could get it and 2 glasses for about $600US???? I really liked them but not that much.
Im on the bus at 8.30 tomorrow to Ankara for a couple of days them back to ...
... time I went they'd changed significantly and it isn't the same place we remembered." The second day in Cappadocia was cloudy and rainy, and we visited the open air museum and had a cooking class. I missed an amazing sunset and we were pretty bummed about the weather report suggesting it was a no go for hot air balloon our whole visit. I remember waking up the next morning to get a sunrise photo, with nothing but rain and ...
... which says "kevin HUNG buxton". since this is a family rated piece of writing, that's all i'll say. a word about our hotel. it was for sure the best one in town. like all others, it was a "cave hotel". many rooms are built right into the rock in the old style. which is cool and all, but we opted for one with lots of windows and a private balcony overlooking the splendour. private balcony came complete with cumfy couches and snuggly duvets (see the weather comment ...
... so cold, about 1200 metres above sea level with the view stretching across unbroken grass land to the horizon or to distant mountains.
There is a massive thunderstorm doing it's thing off to the right and as I enter Nevsehir large raindrops are falling on my head. But Goreme is only 10 km further on so head down in the dark I carry on and finally reach the destination I had planned to arrive at the following day.