Travel Blogs from Lapta
... of one house are joined to the next one. In fact it is possible, if one could climb onto a roof at one end of the street, to walk to the other end without touching the ground.
The first floor was used as living quarters. This floor had 2 rooms, one huge for sleeping in, while the other was the kitchen. The ground floor was separated into 2 rooms. One was for the animals while the other was where the wine was ...
... 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 ...
It travelled me....
I really enjoyed coming here. This structure used to serve as an inn for locals or a resting location for caravans years back. It was built in 1570 by Ottomans.
It is a splendid example of fine, medieval Ottoman craftsmanship ...
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 ...
... brake.....accel erate....brake....all the soddin' way to Nicosia.
The FCO warn that as I've entered the island of Cyprus from northern Turkish Cyprus then southern Greek Cyprus could treat me as illegally entering and prevent me or fine me as I cross from the north into the southern sector of Nicosia. I'd emailed the British Embassy in Nicosia to ask for clarification, to be told, "Should be OK".
Chosen the Ledra ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking