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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Gultekin Motel Goreme
Travel Blogs from Goreme
... first- she wouldn't have wasted the money if she'd known she'd get the same view.
I decide to take a tour that includes a variety of sites on the tourist circuit. Unfortunately it is not easy to explore the area by local transport as there are not many direct dolmuses (local minivan/bus). Going between sites usually involves transferring in major towns and therefore involves a lot of backtracking and wasted time. If there is a group you could however easily rent ...
... Coffee in the morning would have been great.
We stopped about every 2hr during the night which was good to get out and stretch. Always at an overpriced truck stop with all the other busses. At the 5.30 stop it was 3 degrees outside and felt every bit of it.
We spent most of the night travelling through flat farming land, like the wheatbelt kind of farming land, and get to Goreme in the hills. Everywhere around town is up ...
... and a great deal of friendliness. and for the turks who speak pretty good english, we've had all of the above plus lovely conversatoins. we've had lots of handshakes and some kiss-twice-on-both-cheeks. also, the tukish people love to tell jokes and joke around. we've had lots of invitations for tea, which generally means an invitation to visit (again, whether ther are 0, 5, or 10,000 words in common.) so, really, another fantastic place. thanks for playing along. luz and kevin ...
... in by Turks it still feels desolate and not somewhere we would want to stay. Then came the obligatory visit to a carpet factory - it is still interesting to see how they are made (and warm) but as we have no interest in buying we sat in the cafe whilst others from our party bargained for a carpet. After the lunch was a visit to the open ...
... different tracks with virtually no sign posting, so it was pot luck as to which one to take. We would head up one to find a dead end and have to back track. Finally we passed some other hikers who gave us some basic directions to follow, but basically just said to follow this one path, and then “go up”! Mikey virtually had to pull me up a very steep rock face to get out of the valley! We were very relieved to see the road and civilisation, and with the light almost gone, ...