Yusuf Yigitoglu Konagi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was going to happen. The lack of any info or updates was pathetic and eventually we started to follow our brain dead driver back to the truck not knowing if we were going ballooning or going back home. It was back home but this time later on so less sleep. Can't say we did not try. Mother natures owes us a few on this trip. We were the only ones for the Saturday part of the tour so we did actually not start till 10AM which was helpful. We did ...
... for underground living reminded me of Chu Chi tunnels in Vietnam. Similar amazing ingenuity to live underground and be able to disguise smoke coming out from cooking fires. Unfortunately rain and wind meant we were not able to go hot air ballooning after being ready in the foyer at 6am. Since there was a fatal accident last year the government has regulated the industry in relation to the number ...
"Travel is the frivolous part of serious lives, and the serious part of frivolous ones."
- Anne Sophie Swetchine
... Romans, Byzantines and of course, the Ottomans. St. Paul wandered across these plains and through the gorges and valleys laying down his personal vision of the Christian religion that the faithful still follow today.
Our day started as we were dropped in Urgup town square. We had seen, on our way into town, some of the weird rock formations and troglodytic dwellings for which the area is famous. We located our tour company's office and after a quick freshen ...
... from the bible and they were really well done but some of the frescoes were scratched out were the face would of been because the Muslims forbid paintings of animals and people so before it was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site the Muslims came and scribbled out the faces of the painting. You weren't allowed to take photos of the Frescoes so they could preserve it. We even paid an extra 10TL ( Lira is the Turkish currency ) to see a really good church which had been hardly ...