Nissi Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Time here is flying!!! Another week of exploring, drinking, eating and sunbathing ahead of us! In 1974 the Turkish invaded and took over Northern Cyprus, as a result Cyprus is now split into three sections - Cyprus, Military Land and Northern Cyprus (Turkey). Tommy drove us all across the Turkish boarder today so that we could witness the devastating effects of the takeover. The old village is actually quite beautiful however as you wander around you begin to notice historic ...
... the first birds coming in groups and making rounds above our heads first before landing on some bushes in the supposed to be wetland in the distance. I had to zoom to see them clearly but at least we weren't totally disappointed.
Next time I am probably luckier but still, I cannot complain can I?
... the hotel is away from the hustle and bustle and I can definitely enjoy a good night's sleep in comfortable clean beds, away from automobiles’ noisy hooters and at the same time so centrally located and close to everything.
With easy access to the airport, and by taxi it is a 10 minute ride which will cost you the maximum €16.00. The other alternative is the Airport shuttle which leaves Finikoudes main bus ...
... it is something urgent for work only if I have to and I just post a few lines on Facebook, roughly to let followers know where I am.
I prefer to write about everything in detail only after I return home because by doing this, I get the full pleasure of living each moment of my trip a second time.
The idea is to LIVE and ENJOY every second, keeping myself away from computers and ...
... further away from the temple, some residential housing has begun to be excavated.
Kition is mentioned several places in Scripture but mostly as an allusion to its naval power (Dan 11:30), figuratively to all the distant islands of the Mediterranaean or distant places in general (Jer 2:10; cf. Isa 23:12), or as a principal supplier of lumber for the building of ships (Ezk 27:6).