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Travel Blogs from Lapta
... don't blame them.
The little church is dedicated to Panaya Theotokos (Virgin Mary).
There is a beautiful mosaic showing the resurrection of Christ at the courtyard and I was told that the whole of the outer wall was covered with these mosaics originally.
Apart from the unusual outer wall the structure is very similar to other buildings in the village. ...
... with a shampoo/shower gel and a plastic cap. The room's wardrobe proved handy as well just as the 'working desk’ and mirror.
LOUNGE/BAR: Nicely decorated, with comfortable seating area, and a pleasing atmosphere.
BREAKFAST: I found breakfast satisfying and it was enough to fill you up till late afternoon.
RESTAURANT: (Cypriot cuisine) The Byzantino with its imposing arches is the original old 1912 historic building and its interior ...
Inside the City Walls of Nicosia
The Traditional Neighbourhood of Nicosia is a popular pedestrian touristy area with narrow winding streets combining residential houses with craft shops and tavernas.
A favourite stroll for tourists for shopping –mostly Cypriot souvenirs and ...
... quick swim and then went to bed!
The next day we spent entirely at the beach swimming and soaking up the perfect sun. I got a little burned, but now I look really tan! Yay! We also went to a night club that night as well, called Senor Frogs. It was a really fun club, and they too had a conga line at one point. I may have been going non-stop for a week, but I have been having amazing experiences that I never even imagined I would have. ...
... into the 30s so not doing much but reading, swimming and relaxing. Returning to Top Set was such a good choice since it has been too long since our last trip here - we can't remember when and having an enjoyable time arguing over it haha x I think I may win this one once we've been able to check our passport entries! Our Mehmet is in his proper place behind the bar despite having retired on at least two previous occasions to our knowledge - obviously life at home in Turkey ...