Cappadocia Dora Motel & Pansion
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... more they didn’t smell bad at all. Usually such places even in western cities really stink.
There is currently much restoration work going on and some areas were totally off limits. We did see several mosques, some built is stripes of black and white rock, a lovely restored mansion from the late 1800’s and a caravanserai that is now a flash hotel. In the bazaar we found one area devoted to cheese, sheep and goat cheeses, and olives. You can buy both ...
... structures and decided that another force must have been responsible for their being and called then fairy houses.
We headed first to Aydin Kiragi - a lookout which led down into a valley. We walked down to Gorkun Dere - encountering some pretty slippery rock formations as we entered the valley itself and got a perspective of the changing rock variations along the way.
At the bottom there was a little handicrafts stall and juice cart and of course we took ...
Early start in peak hour traffic through Ankara the capital of Turkey. A bit like driving through Canberra and without the character of Istanbul. Museum of Anatolia Civilisations The Museum of Anatolian Civilisations is located on the south side of Ankara Castle in the Atpazarı area in Ankara, Turkey. It consists of the old Ottoman Mahmut Paşa bazaar storage building, and the Kurşunlu Han. Because of ...
We enjoyed our two self managed excursions very much- one to Cavusin and one to Urgup, both by local bus and both not very far from Goreme.
We liked the feel of both places, for different reasons.
Cavusin was originally more a Greek village, where people lived in cave and stone houses in the hillside.After the enforced resettlement program of 1923, 1924, the Turkish people lived there. However, due to the dangers from erosion and rock falls the ...
... don't wander down various side paths to explore when in the valleys.) The Rose Valley was our second-favorite valley in Cappadocia. It featured spectacular panoramic views up top and several rock-cut churches down below, including the day's most memorable church, which had elaborate columns and cathedral ceilings inside. We had a picnic lunch at the summit between the Rose and Red Valleys, then descended back down to continue our trek.
Completely exhausted by ...