Stone House Cave Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStone House Cave Hotel Goreme
We hada suite with sitting room and double bed, saped like a cave, Can be cool as heating not on yet (May 29th), lighting ambiece just sufficient. Breakfast good, this is probably one of the original hotels at the top of main street, easy walk to cafes etc
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It's 4:30.am and we are dressed and waiting for our ride to the balloon take of area. So exciting! As I write this Anya is sleeping on my shoulder in the bus. The bus driver seems a bit confused about which hotel to pick people up from, he keeps stopping and checking the signs. Confidence growing dim.
I am praying for a safe ride and kind of …
A long lovely sleep last night . A late pick up at 9:15, I think it must be for all the people, who had gone on the balloon rides, to get refreshed .
Drove to Derinkuyu underground city where the Christians went when they felt threatened by the enemy. It wasn't used all the time only when they felt under threat. Anya and I didn't stay in the …
The day started very well, we got up early bags packed and breakfast eaten. Pick up guy came on time and the trip to the airport was smooth and easy. Caught our first plane to Istanbul and when we arrived in the air at Istanbul we were told there was congestion at the Istanbul airport so we had to keep flying around for half an hour before we could …
... Cave we had another breakfast. This one a bit more leisurely than the first one. Later that day we walked to the Open Air Museum about 1,5 K's outside of town and took in all the sites before returning for a well deserved rest. The next day we caught a public bus to Avanos. Unfortunately it started raining not long after arriving there. We had a good look around the local market where they sold absolutely everything. From there we walked through part of the ...
... and Andrew had gone into the supermarket looking for Nurofen, Sarah witnessed a young boy getting told off by his rather irate mother. It had seemed to Sarah, that in Turkey, it was very much a male dominant society, and that although she had been treated very well by the Turkish people, it was very obvious that there is different treatment of the sexes. From small things like always speaking to Andrew first, or always giving Andrew the check first, getting strange ...