Kyrenia Jasmine Court Hotel
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... could see only terraces. I was mostly out however, so this was not a problem. For me it functions only to light up the room.
Coffee/tea facilities are provided and I had a treat of two pieces of cake and a bottle of water. TV with local and satellite channels was functioning well and there was also a mini fridge and a hairdryer.
BATHROOM: Surprisingly the bathroom was big with a bath tub. It had a high ceiling and much light. Toiletries included a ...
The buildings which have been restored, date back to the end of the 18th century and are typical examples of traditional Cypriot urban architecture.
The main Tourist Information Centre is also out here where walking tours around the city centre start on Mondays, Thursdays and ...
... on a small pedestrian street behind the main city wall avenue, explaining why we kept driving past where the hotel is but we couldn’t see it. At last we located the hotel and parked at 9:43 to unload the luggage and check in to Room 208.
I returned outside to move the car to a large municipal parking lot in the moat. We drove 179 miles today!
Online at 10:28 in our room, followed by bed prep and blogging. Bed at 1:02 a.m.
... the passport not long after the flight left - hidden under Ally' alarm clock - no doubt for safe keeping - and then forgotten. Oops! Erik caught a flight the next morning, got to London just in time to change airports and join Ally on the flight to Cyprus.
Meanwhile, Wolfi and I had already arrived in North Cyprus and reunited with my family. We were enjoying our first day in ...
The workshop of the Cypriot delights - Ta Orea Lefkara.
This is where I spotted my little friend Thodoris….and my companion for the following few hours.
It is a family run business and the company belonged to the great grandfather Mr. Gramvides.
The successful business is now in the hands of Mr. Theodoros Gramvides, the little boy's grandfather. The delights are called "The beautiful Lefkara" and you ...