Stone House Cave Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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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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... 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 ...
... have attempted to fly again the next morning if we didn't have an early morning flight to Istanbul. This just gives us an excuse to return someday!
We headed back to our cave and caught up on sleep. When we woke up, we decided to walk through the Love Valley to see more fairy chimneys. Afterwards, we headed to the Goreme Open Air Museum. It's a museum of many rock-sculpted churches dating from the 10th, 11th, and 12th centuries. There ...
... is a series of connected churches up in the fairy chimneys. We got hit by a thunderstorm while there with huge rain drops which then turned into a brief shower of hail all the size of a pea. Then back to Derinkuyu to visit the underground city (we went 8 floors underground, 55m deep) and finally to pigeon Valley. The trip covered 220km all up and finally home at 5.45pm. Kids then had a quick dip in the pool before heading out to find some ...