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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from the government but paid taxes on their goods in return. Then Cappadocia, first, on Tuesday, a morning balloon ride through the unearthly terrain (see separate entry). Then onto the Goreme open air museum, where we saw the really neat rock formations as well as some of the living quarters and churches that were carved of of them. Then onto the underground city, a 7 layer city under the ground that was used to escape enemies coming through the area. Not a fun place ...
... terraces which remain light coloured when there is plenty of water. Calcium carbonate is the main mineral in the water. Sat beside an aqueduct that had warm rushing water & massaged our feet & walked on the terraces before Stephen went into the pools.
The road followed ancient aqueducts & old city walls then we travelled through the most fertile plain in Turkey. Lodicea is the site of one of the 7 churches of ...
Konya to Pumakkale
Visited the Museum at Konya to learn about the way of life & training of the Whirling Dervish- 7 years training beginning with subservience. Had lunch at a cafe serving Pide- thin crusted bread stuffed with deliciously spiced meat. If it seems that we did a lot of eating it is because we did. Food in Turkey is wonderful & regions have their specialities & ...
We keep going back to turkey...
This time we flew to Cappadocia in central Turkey where there are heaps of old cave houses and rock churches and unusual rock formations. We spent time walking through some of the valleys and seeing all the ...
... and there are lots of large combine harvesters on the road for SG to navigate past.
*We drive for most of the way along the D200 which is a surprisingly good road considering we are well away from major cities and travelling ever further into Turkey’s hinterland.
*We notice that like in Ankara itself, Turkish flags are flying at half mast. We discover that this is a Government directive because of the events that are taking place in Gaza. For sure, ...