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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to another time and place.
Daz and I moved to a new pansion with a pool Yaaaaa!!!!!! and we bought a few decorations and memories of Turkey for our house which Daz will attempt to post tomorrow.
We also went to see how traditional pottery is made and a museum with some great pieces but there was a catch they wanted to sell these to us but prices were extraordinarily high. They are probably worth every dollar because ...
... dwelling were carved, frescos were painted and an endless religious battle began. On the Bucket List it went - Fairy Valley and Gerome Open Air Museum.
So when the Biagetti Italian Family Reunion III was announced, Chad was invited, and the ...
... on the 'arrived in the nick of time' trailer. Champagne and cake capped the morning off nicely. After all that excitement, could it get any better? Yes it could! Two days of walking in, around and over the rock formations, marvelling at the shapes and colours. Back at our hotel we lounged on the terrace drinking tea and taking in the view and slept in a tiny room (once a chapel, it still had a frescoed ceiling) in one of the 'fairy chimneys'. ...
... of you could see some of the art still and I wanted to by a glowing clock, but my parents didn't. After the pottery we went to lunch at a cave restaurant that had good food but all the tour groups seemed to go there because it was way too loud and seeing as it was a cave the sound rebounded of the walls so it just got louder. After lunch we went a place were all these rocks were shaped like animals. There was a Chicken, Camel and even a Meerkat. Our last stop of the day was at ...
... cap the cost at fifty bucks, which I had to admit was fair. Seeing no other choice other than to engage his services, I reluctantly hopped in. In an effort to make every penny count, I started asking as many questions as I could about life in remote Turkey and thinking of the driver as a sort of personal tour guide. I asked him about taxi wages, how many children he had and what his thoughts on the current government were. I don't think he'd ever answered as many questions ...