Village Cave House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Airport Transportation
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... to be
fair without any right hand down a bits, being necessary from the third worst
drivers in the world.
So that was it...we know Ankara like the back of our hand
now, having been into the centre 5 times,
and quite frankly it doesn’t come with any recommendation from us as a
must see. What is a must see is of course Cappadoccia, and we set off on the
300k journey to Goreme just as soon as the Indian Embassy deigned to ...
We were lead into the viewing room and the owner got his guys to lay out about 50 carpets for us, starting at the bottom end. The first few weren’t even considered to be carpets, but rugs. They started at 400 euros. Of course we were never going to buy anything, but the Sri Lankans were showing some interest. Diante liked a 1 metre woollen round carpet, but nearly fainted when the guy told her it was 1400 USD!! We left soon after without anyone making a purchase. They ...
... ride there across the plateau. The Underground City is relatively low key. There is only one sign board off the main road to lead you to a carpark. Behind the bazaar is the museum entrance.
The underground city actually covers eight levels although only four in a small part have been opened to tourists (since 1964). It is enough to give one a really vivid picture of life of life under siege. In fact I was quite freaked out at ...
... We were Little Nemo in a dreamscape. We were jerked back into reality by the music Phil Collins and other 80s hits as we navigated around the park and villages. The ride was an hour long and ended with a landing to "Eye of the Tiger" on a truck bed. We were treated to champagne and received actual certificates. A nap. A second breakfast. A hike of adventure! I went back in the direction of the Open Air Museum, and took a small trail up into a ...
... Photography is not generally allowed as to preserve the works but we manage to get a few photos of the lesser preserved sites to show a sample of the works. The more ornately crafted niches are occupied by a guard or two to make sure no photos are taken. There is an additional charge to visit the dark church and it is well worth the cost. Showing the best preservation, there is also a much more varied color pallet utilized within this church.
Across the way ...