Cappadocia Dora Motel & Pansion
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Cappadocia Dora Motel & Pansion Goreme
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... 3am and I was off for 5 months of adventure.
On our arrival in Istanbul we had a mild hiccup as our transfer didn't turn up by we negotiated a transfer through another company at triple the price. Let's face it, given I had now not showered in over 24 hours, had been sitting on a flying tin can for 16 of those and I suspect had drool wiped across my face I was pretty much ready to pay anything to get me to my hotel.
We were staying in Beyoglu which is ...
After a long day of travelling and delayed flights (up-grades to Business Class much appreciated) arrived in the town of Goreme situated in the area of Cappadocia just on midnight. Straight to bed in our gorgeous Mystic Cave accommodation.
Awoke to the amazing sight of this magical town. Set in a a honey coloured valley, towering fairy chimneys intermingle with the maze of this charming place. Once an inland sea, ...
... and I had so much more I store for us, for our host Mustafa No. 1 had arranged for his nephew, Ibraham, to give us a personal guided tour of the region for the rest of the day, for the total sum of $100 Aus for the two of us. It was the best $100 I have ever spent. He started by taking us to one of the 30 or so underground cities that dotted the region. After paying our entry fee we ventured underground. The temperature immediately dropped, and fresh air paradoxidly ...
... 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 ...
... At the actual rock there was an overpriced tourist market with some Italian tourists, one of whom took at extreme liking to myself and Megan (from Tassie) and we had a number of photos taken with him - very weird.
From here we visited an area commonly called "Smurf Village" where the rock formations look very much like the ...