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Travel Blogs from Nicosia
The International Airport of Larnaca was much smaller than I had imagined, and it seemed to not provide transportation easy enough to Nicosia, the capital of Cyprus.
When I arrived in this country for the first time, I had an impression that the airport staffs and taxi drivers hanging out in front of the airport seemed to be unfriendly, but …
... beaches in the Mediterranean, and it was! For just 5 euros we took an hour bus ride to the coast and checked in to our villa. It was two stories with 2 bedrooms, 2 bath, and a huge living room, balcony, and a private pool! There were 4 beds upstairs, and 3 downstairs, with 2 couches. To top it off, the beach was a terribly long 3 minute walk from our front door....We were in paradise.
The first night we were having trouble figuring ...
... attach those green pieces of cloth on the iron bar.”
“But nowadays it is only Turkish Cypriots who come there, I suppose”. She nods with a sad face.
“What do you think about this separation?” I have been asking this quite a few times the past days, as did a German journalist I talked to. Strange enough we got opposite answers. The German said people were quite outspoken in their ...
Old tubes block a stretch of the tarmac, creating a spot where you're not supposed to park your car. So children can play there. But when is playtime? Public space is confiscated for private enterprise, like building a boat. Isn't that an odd place to build a boat: in the center of a walled city within a city that is miles and miles away from the sea?
... of John Lambadist; its door is also closed. I ask the lady in the local cafe when the gatekeeper will return and she indicates it will take two to three hours. But when I wander around the premises, I discover that you have to enter through the rear entrance to find a baffling interior of sculptures, paintings and artefacts. The only remaining monk answers my questions in a soft voice. The ...
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I suspect there is another hotel with the same name of "Averof Hotel" in Nicosia. The one that I mention has the following location. Maybe it is cheaper than the other.
The location is
It is located in the west of the wall, that is, the city centre of Nicosia.
The staffs are very kind. I could take a walk from the hotel to the city centre for 20 minutes, thus it is not so far. As I'm a Japanese traveler I talked about sushi with them. They can speak English as well. They told me how to pass across the green line to enter North Cyprus.
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