Nostalji Cave Suit Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Woke up two hours late because I put my alarm on for 6:45am instead of 4:45!! This lead to the quickest packing and checkout of our trip. We left any unneeded luggage in the hostel storage and quickly made our way to the shuttle bus, but once we got to the stop, we missed it by 1minute! I literally saw it pull out and leave!! So we made our way to a taxi rank and then had to barter with a bloke who wanted 70 Lyra ...
... through before. Unfortunately the tour did not convince my taste buds to like wine as I had initially hoped. We got the driver to drop us in town after and we had dinner at a local restaurant and spent a few hours there on the cushions outside having a couple of drinks. We departed the campsite at 9am the following morning and spent most of the day driving until we found a bush camp (which was very ...
... rock houses that used to house pigeons so they could collect the pigeon poop for various uses. After lunch we drove out to an underground city that was 8 storeys deep and used to house around 2,000-5,000 people whilst they were hiding from enemies. The last stop of the trip was a castle on-top one of the hills, which we climbed up for panoramic views. It was a long but great day and we were all knackered after a huge day of ...
... theme, it is all nestled below the real ground level.
As you can imagine, it’s a tourist magnet, and not without it’s annoying touristy elements. We were instantly set upon by the tour and activity vultures, hollered at by eatery pimps, and drowned by words and images about carpet.
The first day, it was icy with a thick fog settling in the gaps of the rocky tallness, so we ignored all options, instead doing 2 hour shifts exploring the outdoors. ...
... surrounded by mountains, lots of which had carvings and windows and lots of pigeon holes. We got to look through some of the rooms that were open to the outside, then started up the side of the mountain, where we came to Hacli Church. Apparently this church was carved into the hill in the 6th century, and there were still paintings from the 11th century! The whole altar section was really clear and detailed and there was a giant cross carved into the roof. It was so amazing how they ...