Pagona Hotel Apartments

17 Ikarou Street, Paphos, 8041, Cyprus | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 17 Ikarou Street, Paphos, is near Tombs of the Kings, Cyprus Museum, Leventis Municipal Museum of Nicosia, and Ethnographic Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Paphos

    Time With the Lord On Top of the World

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 28, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    Mt. Olympus stands towering over the island of Cyprus reaching 1,952 meters (6,404 ft.). Since Cyprus is at sea level the height of the mountain is the relative increase in elevation. I decided to climb up to the peak of Mt. Olympus today to spend some time alone, to enjoy the beauty of nature, and to just relax and hear from the Lord. The bus ride to the mountain took 2.5 hours being all uphill and in a rickety old Mercedes-Benz van that looked like it was from 1970. I think I ...

    Agia Kyriaki (Chrisopolitissa) & St. Paul's Pillar

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 26, 2014

    6 photos

    Agia Kyiakis is a 12th-century A.D. Byzantine church. It is not overly impressive, but it does have a large basilica and bishop's palace surrounding it from the 4th century A.D. In the front courtyard of the church there stands a white, 1st-century pillar according to tradition, is the place where Paul was tied and scourged. Of course, there is no historical evidence for this claim but the pillar very well could have been around when Paul was ...

    Tombs of the Kings

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 26, 2014

    10 photos

    These graves are not thought to belong to royalty but to wealthy, prominent families and persons. The tombs date back to the 3rd-century B.C. The most impressive tombs are peristyle with Doric columns encircling an open court or lining the entrance way to the tomb. Each tomb was carved out from native rock and typically contained several graves (burial places). Most, if not nearly all, of these graves would have been present when Paul was visiting the city. ...

    Paphos (Acts 13:6-12)

    A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 26, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... and distinguished citizens. Sometime after their arrival, Paul, Barnabas, and Mark met a Jewish pseudo-prophet/magician named Bar-Jesus (Aramaic name meaning son of Jesus/Joseph). He was also called Elymas (Aramaic name meaning “wise”), and verse 8 states that the name Elymas means “sorcerer”. But the exact meaning is uncertain. The ruling governor at the time was Sergius Paulus, who is noted for his modesty and discretion and being an intelligent man. ...

    The Capital

    A travel blog entry by stumblebum on Mar 11, 2014

    4 photos

    ... there where Jayne saw a sign that police and army personnel were granted free entry. Quick as a flash Jayne produced her warrant card as badged her way in for free. I followed her. The panoramic views were interesting rather than spectacular. It showed the territory lost in the Turkish invasion and a large Turkish Republic of Cyprus flag on a facing mountain side must serve to rub salt in the wounds of the Greek Cypriots. The north also appeared to ...