Taskonak Hotel

Address: Aydinli Mah. Gungor Sok. No 23, Goreme, Cappadocia, 50180, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Aydinli Mah. Gungor Sok. No 23, Goreme.
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A travel blog entry by domandkatey on Dec 07, 2014

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... regions. We visited Pigeon valley for incredible panoramas of Urgrup and the valley below, dotted with fairy chimneys. We also visited the Derinkuyu Underground Caves, which are exactly what they sound like. People dug out these caves for protection from attacks hundreds of years ago. It was very cramped down there, poor Dom was stooped over the entire hour we were inside. However, it was really interesting to see how these people would live, as they often stayed in the caves ...

Rain, Snow, and Long Drives

A travel blog entry by 4nikkipaton on Nov 22, 2014

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... and went to start breakfast when low and behold, I opened the door and it was SNOWING in big crystally flakes. Apart from my fingers freezing off it was pretty delightful. I sat in the common room watching it come down on the caves all around us and settle on the trees and I was suspended in a moment of amazement crossed with dread. I was not ready for another snowy winter. I relished the thought of NZ summer waiting for me just a week away. That day it was ...

Kebabs and Rocks - Roadtrip Complete

A travel blog entry by 4nikkipaton on Nov 21, 2014

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... coal-burning), we stopped in a small town called Sultanhadi. It was characterised by it's huge, beautiful Caravanserai (also known as an 'Han') which we had a look around. A han is a place the travelers used to stop with their animals and load of whatever it wad they were carrying, to rest and refresh for the night. There were big stone rooms with feeding stations, others for sleeping quarters and a covered market place where food ...

Episode 22

A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Nov 10, 2014

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... number but the fellow on this border post wanted the card. So after several phone calls that cost all the credit we had on the mobile, Heather doing us lots of favours, and 101 texts back and forth the insurance people faxed the green card to the border post and 6 or more hours after first arriving we finally set off again on the Turkish side.

Soon we were wending our way up and over yet another pass, this one 2550m then down to Lake Ҫildir near ...

The Hittite Capital

A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Oct 29, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... lunch break and then hiked uphill to the entrance, bought our tickets, and attempted to avoid the attention and the schemes of various taxi drivers and "guides" peddling their services as well as various souvenirs at strategic points along the path. In my opinion, the most impressive parts of the ruins are the Great Temple at the bottom of the site and the 3 standing gates at the west, south, and east points of the upper part. The entire circuit around the site is about ...