Amorgos Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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Travel Blogs from Larnaca
... possibly the smallest and lightest hand luggage in the world.....first time ever! She already has all her party gear at Kayleighs! Plus as the UK is in a heatwave she is dressed a la North Cyprus. John drove out to Dhekelia Garrison and went to the cafe there on the beach for a small breakfast. Surprised to see no additional security....hmmm. From there it was a call in at a local supermarket to pick up some Cyprus bitters, essential ingredient for brandy sours. Our ...
... a big stone wall that runs through the centre of the city. To cross we had to have our passports and enter a "UN Green Buffer Zone". It was a bit strange to the see baby blue berets of the UN workers (and in the distance there may have been guys with machine guns) while we walked the 100m of neutral zone between the two states. Once we got through the boarder the people were just as warm and open as I remember ...
... stuck in a traffic jam as we tried to turn onto the northernmost segment of the northern seafront promenade. Never quite figured out what the congestion was all about. We cruised this section of the promenade (much nicer than the under-construction southern segment) and parked near the Larnaca Fort. I toured the fort while Mom continued shopping.
“Built in the Lusignan era, the fort stands at the water’s edge and separates ...
... br> see-you-laters at
the departure gates and yet he fearlessly goes into the unknown because he
knows the feeling of return. And that the I’ve-missed-you-hug is the best type
of hug in the world.
hold onto this boy. Let this boy go or go with him. If you haven’t
travelled, he will open your eyes to a world beyond the news and popular
perception. He will open your mind to possibility. He will calm your
nerves when ...
... had always been costly and lately with the economic problem in Cyprus they cost a fortune.
HIRING a car is the other alternative and I highly recommend it only if the traveler/tourist is on a short stay and wants to see as much as possible.
Hiring a driver to take you around is a huge mistake!
I have heard of times when for a half day's ...