Livadhiotis City Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLivadhiotis City Hotel Larnaca
Conveniently located to Finikoudes, just steps from the action in Larnaca. Very good breakfast is served - excellent selection, and the only complaint is that only instant coffee is served.
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Unique Location & Excellent Customer Service!
It is always nice returning to Livadhiotis when in Larnaca. If I am not mistaken this might be my 5th or 6th stay.
LOCATION: One of the valuable assets of staying here is its location. A centrally located hotel that provides …
THE BLU CAFÉ:AMBIENCE: The outdoor seating overlooks the
beautiful square of Saint Lazarus. The café is a bit more expensive than other
cafes in the round area but let’s not forget that it is a hotel’s café and not
a coffee shop in the neighborhood isn’t it?
The classic color combination of the interior< …
... painter working on a neighbours property, he is doing a very good job in this heat thats for sure. Whilst sat on the back patio another bit of wildlife decided to pay us a visit, a praying mantis. It wandered along the patio, then decided on some mountaineering up the wall before dissapearing onto next doors patio. As we are travelling tomorrow afternoon and away for a few days we decided to eat out at Happy Valley restaurant. The place is owned by some Pakistanis ...
... many containing dilapidated and abandoned buildings, to the main pedestrian mall of Nicosia, Ledra Street. Here we walked through the Cyprus/Northern Cyprus border at 3:17 without being asked to show our passports. Hard to imagine the border was sealed from 1974 to 2003 with no civilian crossings allowed.
Now in North Nicosia, capital of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, we walked to Buyuk Han, an Ottoman structure full of craft ...
... in any summer tourist destination - Cyprus, Amalfi, Miami...it had that feel. In the Turkish part, I felt I was in a different world, with a touch or more of the Middle East. We made our way to Buyuk Han, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B%C3%BCy%C 3%BCk_Han , a caravansery that has been beautifully maintained/restored. We got to know each other a bit and it was interesting to hear all about growing up in the new generation of a country that was divided in that ...