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Suggestions for 2 days in Cappadocia

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We ( a group of five women in our early 40s ) will be in Cappadocia for 2.5 days in mid-May. After reading other posts, we have decided to hire a guide/car for 1 day through Turkish Heritage. I would like some suggestions for what we should do independently versus what we should do with the tour guide. We enjoy it all -- hiking, architecture, cutture, cuisine. Not much preference for shopping but could be talked into visiting a GOOD rug store.

Our itinerary so far:
Saturday: arrive Kayseri 10am. Independent walks. Maybe Goreme Open Air Museum on our own ? Perhaps one or more of Rose / Red / Pigeon Valleys ?

Sunday: Morning hot air balloon ride (with Butterfly). Tour Guide with minvan - what should we suggest we do with them? We'll be with them 10am - 6pm. 9pm Whirling Dervish show.

Monday: depart Kayseri at 3.15pm. We were thinking about a cooking class (9am - 1pm) --any thoughts welcome. Would be willing to forego cooking class.

Thanks.

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