July 20, 2024
Readers share their travel tips for adventures in Turkey.

It’s been a summer of air travel delays and heat waves, but our intrepid readers have been traveling the world despite all that, exploring cities from Tokyo to Montreal, discovering spectacular ruins in Guatemala and sightseeing on the islands of the Azores. And they’ve been sharing their adventures with us along the way.

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TURKEY: Mountain View residents Bill and Marsha Adler visited Cappadocia at the outset of their Overseas Adventure Travel tour of Turkey, Greece and the Aegean Sea. “Here we are in Cappadocia in front of the unique and awe-inspiring rock formations that have been — and still are — homes for centuries,” Bill says. “Turkey is a fascinating and surprising country, well worth at least a week. Istanbul, Cappadocia and Ephesus are not to be missed.”

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TRAVEL TIPS: “In addition to the geological formations of Cappadocia, you can attend a ceremony of the Whirling Dervishes — yes, the real ones — and visit ceramics and carpet-making studios for authentic handmade goods.”

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