Melek Cave Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... office. There are 30 or more companies offering hot air ballooning in Cappadocia, and based on Serdar’s recommendation we opted for this smaller company for their highly qualified and experienced pilots, and the price was about the average (EUR 130 pp). We could have forgone the pre-balloon breakfast (who feels like eating at 5am?!), but I think this stop was mainly to get together everyone’s paperwork and details. They split us into a few groups and drove us a few ...
... to establish a Hittite museum, the buildings were bought upon the suggestion of Hamit Zübeyir Koşay, who was then Culture Minister, to the National Education Minister, Saffet Arıkan. After the remodelling and repairs were completed (1938–1968), the building was opened to the public as the Ankara Archaeological Museum. Today, Kurşunlu Han, used as an administrative building, houses the work ...
The people we meet are a big part of our adventure – I thought I'd borrow the idea from another travel blogger to do little posts on some of the people we meet along the way.
Shortly after rolling into Cappadocia we made friends with Mitch and Rachel from Calgary, 24 and 21 respectively, travelling ...
... a few more days to see Istanbul. Head off for our own walk, look at shops, lunch at the out door fish stalls along The Bosphorus. The current is strong and while we sit on the sea wall young Turks jump off and are swept away only to leap back out of the water further along. Large container ships do difficult right hand turns in the dangerous current of the Bosphorus. From the hotel balcony the call to prayer is inspiring. Each mosque issues the call and ...
... them trying to imagine what they used to be and how they were used. It was really odd to find them right in the town like that. Judging from all the broken glass and empty beer cans I'd say it was a popular spot for young rebels after dark. Finally we headed back to the hotel for dinner and an early night - it had been a big day! Before we went to bed disaster struck. Matt sat down to do a bit of work only to find that his laptop would not turn on. Matt and this laptop ...