Koza Cave Hotel
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... spread awaited us and the 75 or so other ballooners using that company (which is just one company out of at least a dozen--ballooning is very big business in Cappadocia; I think about 10% of the small town must start work at 4 a.m. to make it all possible). As we ate, a staff member announced that they had decided to cancel the balloon trips for the day due to wind. We were shocked; it seemed so nice out, plus the last time we'd had our ballooning canceled, they ...
... offers itself to artistic interpretation. The natural processes that formed the fairy castles took millennia, but what happened in the past thousand years is equally fascinating. People found that they could carve cave homes into the soft tuff that makes up the castles and they got busy burrowing. In some places there are underground cities seven stories deep. Early Christians were some of the first to dig, hiding themselves and their churches in the rock because ...
... This made the experience even better. The pilot was lots of fun and made jokes along the way, telling Ben he could be a pilot tomorrow if he wanted, that's all the experience you need. The view as we went along was sensational, the photos do not do it justice. We really enjoyed our ride and finished with a champagne celebration & were awarded certificates.
Once it was ...
... the sky from the ground, or if you are lucky enough to be part of the show, either way it is an incredible sight to see. We were woken up by Nathan's alarm at four in the morning. It was time to get ready for our hot air balloon ride over Capadocia. Even in long pants and a warm jacket it was freezing cold and hard to get moving. The shuttle bus picked us up at five O'Clock and took us to what appeared to be the middle of no where. A table ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service