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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Crusaders in 1204. Next day drove to Alexandroupolis and camped next to the beach. Had a lovely swim in the sea, sandy beach, warm water, no waves, and then a cycle into town along the beach front to the marina and lighthouse. There was also a Lidl (we could buy pork, it will not be available in Turkey) we also found a Carrefour while out cycling. The border post out of Greece and into Turkey was ...
... Goreme, the city we are staying in. He bought a Kurdish rug in town. Next we took a 5 K Hike through Red Gulledere Valley where there were many tunnels, caves and rock formations. There are approx 600 cave churches in this area built between the 7-9 centuries. If the citizens built churches they were exempt from paying any taxes. In this area there are also many tiny caves for pigeons. The Christians used the eggs to preserve the frescos ...
August 2- 7, 2015
The magical place that, until this week is where others have been. Well, we've had a mere glimpse and absolutely love it. In fact we both feel we could stay on a lot longer. There is so much to explore on foot and on the motorbike plus the weather (apart from a storm) is near perfect for us. It’s been a dry 32°C during the cloudless day and drops to around 20°C overnight.
... laid the foundations for today's landscape. Earthquakes and ongoing effects of erosion have contributed to form the valleys and the "fairy chimneys" that can be seen today. We visited the Devrent and Monks Vally(s), Avanos, Goreme Open Air Museum and Usichar Castle. At the Dervent Valley there are many different shaped rock formations. The small fairy chimneys in the valley form a lunar landscape by their strange look. The valley also has many animal shaped rocks. ...
... sure he was saying, "Ooooooh noooooo! A daaangerous pothooooole!" It made me laugh. My ride was exhilerating. I got burned knees. My butt was sweaty. At the end of the day, I rode up a slippery, windy road that made the bike jiggle around. There was a town up ahead but the jiggly slip and four hours in the sun was enough for me. I went back to Goreme to return the bike. Once in town, I couldn't find the street to my hotel! I had a map in my hand but wasn't able to ...