Club Guzelyali

Address: Karsiyaka Village, Kyrenia, Cyprus | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Karsiyaka Village, Kyrenia, is near Adonis Nature Trail and J&N Vacances a Chypre LTD.
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Travel Blogs from Kyrenia

Kays short break ends......:(

A travel blog entry by johnmiddleton on Jul 10, 2015

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Fri 10th July - Day at home today, John up to the pool at 8:15am to do a few lengths then breakfast before we all took ourselves back to the pool where we remained all day apart from the odd pop home for water and snacks. Eventually we strolled back home at 6pm just in time for the tennis to start. Supper is going to be at the Ayna Restaurant near Bellapais, they do a really good meze, pudding and have a nice large outdoor balcony. It took a bit of dragging to move away from the tv ...

Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Nov 12, 2013

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... from the far northeastern tip.

Backtracking five minutes, we then stopped at the Monastery of Apostolos Andreas, which dates from 1740. It is a Greek Orthodox religious facility isolated in the Muslim north. The buildings have fallen into disrepair, but a 5-million-euro grant from the EU and UN will soon launch a major restoration project.

Despite the extreme remoteness of the monastery, there were several vendors ...

Culture and impermanence

A travel blog entry by abe1701 on May 12, 2013

... Cyprus to symbolise the burning of Judas after his betrayal of Christ. Typical of the nature of a culture that leaves forgiveness to God, Judas own forgiveness at the hands of Christ is ignored in this case and his effigy burned. Convoluted this may be, but like Bonfire night it's really just an excuse to light big fires, set off fireworks, eat and get drunk.

And judging by the heavy boom roaring around the streets it ...

Steep, narrow, winding roads to a castle

A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on Oct 17, 2011

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... there at the top, in the middle of the path to the highest rock where we sat and enjoyed the spectacular view and refreshing breeze. It looked so out of place and yet added to the beauty of our surroundings.

The way down was actually more difficult because of the steep stone steps that were just wide enough for a small child's foot. Fortunately there are hand rails lining those parts of the trail and I made good use of them. Just as we ...

Mountain Roads to Kykkos Monastery

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Apr 28, 2011

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... got a little heavy...the middle range of the wipers, and then it stopped and the sun even came out. Later in the afternoon when I finally got back on track for Kykkos, the sky darkened and there was a thunderstorm while I was driving up the mountain. Luckily it wasn't slippery and it wasn't on the one-lane road with no guard rails. By the time I got to Kykkos Monastery, the rain had stopped.

The extraordinary thing about ...