Yusuf Yigitoglu Konagi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to bottom, front to back, she rinsed me off again. At this point, I'm lying on my stomach. Trying not to think about the view the bystanders were getting! Next come the bubbles. They squeeze bubbles out through a pillow case and before you know it, it looks like you added too much detergent to the washing machine. I was covered, head to toe in a mass of bubbles. Then, she begins massaging me from top to bottom. The soap was slippery and soft. ...
... of the many terraces and chat together. There is a resident pup at this place - she is very playful and bitey and gives the cats a bit of a hard time but cute as a button - I would say maybe beagle foxy cross - she has naughty spots on her tummy. Last night was a surprisingly noisy night - lots of dogs barking and then around 3 am some drums banging - something to do with Ramadan which is being observed at the moment - good Muslims ...
... out these places over 1800 years ago and living here under such conditions.
From the very old we bundled aboard the bus and headed for the very modern. A carpet manufacturer that employs only women who otherwise would have no other employment. The carpets on display were beautiful and we were assured that each one is unique. Sadly, for €1000 for a small carpet, we resisted the extremely charming salesman and his flash and slick sales patter.
... and headed up into some hills to see an old church cave, just there with no signage or anything. We found another one as we wandered around that particular area with some paintings still partly visible.
Decided to go to a meal and dancing show tonight and are now just back. There was a whirling dervish demonstration and a group of dancers provided demonstrations of numerous dances particular to certain areas, and there was belly dancing. It was very well done.What a big ...
... going to be very hard to describe the beauty of Cappadocia (or in Turkish, KapadoKYA!) so you should look at the photos, or google image 'Cappadocia', but I'll do my best! All through the huge volcanic region are giant rocks (kaya's! Hehehe) and a lot of them have been carved into over the centuries to make homes, churches etc etc, where people used to live to hide from invading armies and the like. Üçhisar Fortress is a huge conical mountain, surrounded by lots of small ...