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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... There is no way my words can truly explain, or do justice, to this place so please check out the photos to get a better idea. Sorry there are so many photos, I just couldn’t help myself.
We arrived at 2am (flight delay), and passed right out in our cave hotel! The room was carved into the rock and had many Turkish carpets hanging on the walls; it was perfect. Cappadocia is a huge region and we only had 3.5 days, so our first day started with a tour of the ...
... 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 ...
... started getting super rocky, and at times quite desolate. It leapt rapidly between extremely industrial, dusty settlements, rundown mud-rock towns and stunning sparse, rolling landscapes punctuated by mountains. Photos didn't do them justice so you'll just have to use your imagination.
After bypassing Konya due to the OUTRAGEOUS smog cloud hanging over the city and it's surroundings (we learned later this was due to the sheer ...
... to the Mt Ararat area. We did get some sunshine in Georgia for a few hours then we were back into fog and low heavy cloud. Spent a good while at the border crossing because D hadn’t got his 'green card’ for the car insurance. He’d paid for it but they had failed to send it and D didn’t realize this until we were at the Turkish border the first time back on 1st September. However, at that crossing the customs man just accepted ...
... capital is probably one of the most impressive archaeological sites I think I've ever seen. It does take some imagination to mentally reconstruct what the city might have looked like, but the landscape is so impressive and the ruins so strategically placed that it's very easy to appreciate the natural beauty and military/political significance of the site.
It does take some effort to get there, however, if you're not on a tour or don't have your own ...