Mountain View Hotel & Villas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... washing issues because you could get blasted with freezing water if you got it wrong; LEDs, buttons, taps, levers, pull-out taps, push-in taps, multiple shower heads with multiple sprays, variable force fields, pre-sets, side sprays ...the list is endless and a new configuration had to be learnt every day. Gripe number five was the few times we had a hot tub or jacuzzi - well on the first two occasions i had to give up the notion of soaking in ...
The stay was Very Much Like Staying with Friends.
A hearty welcome through the entire stay, while the location could not be better. Central and close to the bus stations, the shopping centre and the green line if you wish to cross the other side.
STAFF AND SERVICE: I never had to wait, left my luggage stored until I returned from a business meeting and when back I was given the key and walked to my room ...
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 ...
... A delightfully tasty wine and one of my favourite. It is served at the price of €28.25, - €7.50 per glass.
For meat dishes highly recommended is the Kyperounda Cabernet Sauvignon. It leaves a sensuously lingering aftertaste and it is of excellent structure and full flavoured. It is served at the price of €44.25 (per bottle) and €12.00 (per glass).
If you are at the Hilton you can accompany the above wine with ...
Xé menino, quando eu morrer,
quero ver Chipre viver em paz!
(after Waldemar Bastos)
At a corner of the Turkish section of Nicosia I stumble upon a small niche in the scorched wall. It is just past three in the afternoon, and the streets are empty. Actually. half of the old, walled city looks a bit deserted most of the day; both on the Turkish and Greek side of the demilitarized zone. But there are quite a few ...