Melek Cave Hotel
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Good Morning Cappadocia!
We woke up on the bus as we arrived in the town of Göreme. The sun was rising above the horizon and multitude of hot air balloons were floating serenely above a magical world of naturally formed stone mounds. Many of these had caves carved out centuries ago creating an otherworldly community remeniscient of …
Ahh yes. The dreaded overnight bus was upon me. Just have to man up. Just get through it. Look at the bigger picture. These were none of the thoughts going through my head. Hah!
Anyways, I digress. It is probably a good thing we left Olympos when we did, it was so relaxing and hanging out by the Mediterranean was the good life for sure. …
... about. We found them, bought some. They're very good and very fresh, but the ones we bought were also super salty. Delicious, but definitely salty.
We continued our walk on through town to check it out and get some souvenirs. We ended up at this pottery and souvenir shop where the daughter of ...
... br> Landing in a hot air balloon is nerve-wracking. All twenty of us sat down in our four compartments facing backwards and holding onto rope handles. We were probably sitting there for only a minute, but it seemed like forever as we waited to crash into the ground. Finally, we banged into the dirt and fell over backwards with a couple female yelps for sound effects. The balloon collapsed behind us and everyone climbed out of ...
... awesome, then it was Shower, Jacuzzi and steam room. At the end we got to lay and rest then 3 of us kicked on for the Oil massage. OMG ! It was just fantastic and very funny. So we went home totally oiled and relaxed.
No dinner for me as I was letting my stomach settle a bit. The internet has been a bit **** these last few days. It was an early start for tomorrow as its time for our ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking