Uchisar Kaya Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... temperature was warm during the day and cool at night. It was part way up the mountain though in this part cars and scooters could drive up.
Cappadocia is a remarkable place but not because of hot air balloon rides, unusual rock formations, or erosion, but because of the cave dwelling, the secret worship, and the severe circumstances the early Christians endured to maintain their strong faith and the testimony the area gives mutely to that faith.
... most of our time today. After 50 minutes of wonder we landed - the pilot directing the balloon down onto a trailer. Every morning about 100 to 150 balloons fly depending on the weather. Whether they fly or not depends on a government official who decides whether the conditions are safe for flying. Our balloon held 16 people but some of them hold about 24 people. This experience was one that Victoria and I really hoped we could do so we are more than happy. It rained ...
... the maze of back street in this historic old town are completely gridlocked. Mostly streets are one-way and many have had the direction of travel temporarily reversed which sends the Navi into paroxysms of confusion.
I eventually find the pension I am aiming for but there is nowhere to park and the street outside is entirely chaotic. It is now 3pm.
I check the Navi. It is another 280 km to Goreme where Charly and ...
... and makes travel easier and more comfortable. Turkey seems to be doing quite well economically. Where emigration for employment, particularly to Germany, was common in the past, now it appears that opportunities are greater in Turkey than in many other European countries. The current government has been actively seeking inclusion in the European Union, but we did not hear much enthusiasm for this from folks we met. The path to inclusion, not the end is ...
... Turkish form of art in which colors are put onto a special solution and swirled around. Paper is then gently placed on the top of the solution, and the paint attaches itself to the paper. Our teacher was Naile, who owned the shop and made the paint, glutinous water and brushes from local materials. You can see the finished results in the photographs.
After lunch, we went to the Underground City of Kaymakli. There are an estimated 40 ...