Life Hotel Kyrenia
Travel Blogs from Kyrenia
... 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 ...
... sank 5 cm. in. Our tires have good profile, so they gathered mud without end. Or with an end, because at some stage, the gap between our tires and the mud guard was filled. And then nothing moved any longer (and still some 100 meters to go). It literally was not possible to move the tires forward (backward it was possible, because then some stones would move again). By then, also our shoes were full of mud. They have a good profile as well, and had become a 5 kg heavier.So this ...
... it gets dark. The little boy sounds excited because we are talking all this time. Generally, I am a person who loves children, and I give much attention to what they say and confront them as adults. Thodoris is a clever guy very warm with a heart of an angel. In him I see my grandchildren. I remember that his granny had given me a packet of loukoumia, so we sit on some steps in a nice neighbourhood to find Mary’s phone number. I tell her not to worry ...
... bought a few presents and given Turkish Lira as change even tho we paid in Euros, as is the custom here, but least it gives me an excuse to book up to visit Turkey.
We headed back through border control and suprisingly it took less than two minutes.We
had a wonderful day in North Cyprus and it was a very safe and enjoyable day for all the family.
Our next port of call will be Greece in September....thanks for reading and hope you enjoyed.