Acapulco Resort & Convention & Spa
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... stretch his euros to get by. He's got a great personality and hard to imagine his ruggedness underneath that kindness. I am just upset that I didn't take a selfie with him.
You'll also see pictures of yellow wild flowers and red cord rose all are signs of spring coming to Cyprus early in late January. Incredible.
Catch you a bit later.
Love you guys,
... Mehmet, the guards, was very knowledgeable and gave a small tour and we chatted a bit. Very nice gentleman. The road up and down is very treacherous and a moment of distraction could easily mean trouble from steep mountain sides. Okay, so be careful!!
Oh, one more thing: I saw an almond tree fresh with flowers fully bloomed. The island is in the midst of flowers blooming. Exquisite site.
... against Emperor Constantine I. Constantine's half-brother, censor Flavius Dalmatius, was sent to quell the uprising, and he brought Calocaerus and his accomplices to Tarsus in Cilicia where they were tried and executed for treason against Rome.
Salamis is an expansive site with numerous ruins spread out over a square mile. The most well excavated and impressive ruins are a building complex housing the baths, swimming ...
... Turkish side, but otherwise it was bad tourist restaurants and counterfeit goods. There are talks in process about some sort of reunification.
Nicosia otherwise doesn't have a lot of touristic things to see or do. The old walled city, however, contains lots of outdoor cafes and bars, and they were pretty busy for two reasons - students and the local soccer team was playing ...
... this is taken to the letter. Flames and embers can be seen rising into the night as we stand in the rundown shell of an old carpenters shop. The near ruin belongs to the grandfather of one of the friends of my host, who used to be a furniture maker before retirements. Old tables, chairs and dressers lie around us, the courtyard little more than a shell with beaten old doors hanging off their frames, glass windows broken, and ...