How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Valleypark Hotel Goreme
Travel Blogs from Goreme
... over into 100,000 miles today. Quite a milestone. I bought her with less than 15k on her but the real cllebration will be when she hits 115.
Cappadocia is a fascinating place and
is one of the top tourist destinations in Turkey but we managed to
snag a room for €18 each which is quite reasonable for the centre
of Goreme. A really good meal at a local eatery was followed by a
Turkish shave. I can't see ...
... br> Today, we docked at Dikkili, a port further along the Turkish coast. This wasn’t a tourist town, but a normal working one. We wandered about and bought some strawberries and freshly shelled walnuts which were very tasty. Then we looked for a water front café and sat down to have tea and coffee. How amazing these Turkish people are………two young women, sitting next to us, gave us little green plums to eat. A bit sour, but very refreshing. Then a man came out from ...
... which was easy, and stopped for lunch at a place called Belisirma Village. Just before we were leaving I grabbed an orange wedge that was on the table on on my way to the bus a guide I'd met earlier, and noticed because he had a lanyard with the name "Brazil" all over it, was also heading back and he said "so you like Brazil, huh,", I nodded because my mouth was stuffed with orange and I waved to him and quickly ran back to our table to put my orange peel back and went I ...
... had even got out of town, and then some more after we did. Second: we were struggling to keep these things upright, on the road and running. Third: we had completely forgotten the feeling of frozen bodies zooming along roads trying to control the functions of a motorbike.
Somehow within all of that, we found an underground city that stole Emma’s air and composure, where she made a frantic backtracking effort to escape it’s tiny-tunneled-death-trap. ...
... sorts of places. The modern day village was built around it too, just as the ancient village was built into all the surrounded rocks. After looking around (and seeing some very cute 'guard dogs' sleeping on the job) I went back to the van to see how Darren was before everyone came back. He was feeling very slightly better after his hour-ish snooze, but not 100%, so he stay laying down for the next leg. We drove a short way to a restaurant for lunch, which was provided. We got some mezes ...