Palm Beach Hotel

Famagusta, Cyprus | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located in Famagusta.
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Travel Blogs from Famagusta

Kition (Num 24:24; Dan 11:30; Jer 2:10; Ezk 27:6)

A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 30, 2014

7 photos

... ashlar blocks. The city was destroyed by earthquakes in 1075 B.C. and then resettled closer to the southern coast of Cyprus near the sea.

Around the 9th century B.C. Phoenician merchants settled in Kition and the community began to grow and a community formed. In the mid-9th century a large temple was constructed to the Phoenician goddess Astarte. At the end of the 8th-century, Kition was sieged ...

Monastery & Tomb of St. Barnabas

A travel blog entry by jerrywierwille on Jul 29, 2014

4 photos

... his body inconspicuously so as to not fall into the hands of his fellow-Christians was hidden in the marshland and later dumped into the sea. However, John Mark was witness to this barbaric action and he and Barnabas's followers retrieved his body and buried him with his "St. Matthew's" Bible (hand written copy of Matthew's Gospel) in a cave under a carob tree to the west of Salamis. The followers of Barnabas were ...

Walking through history

A travel blog entry by travelingdiva on Oct 18, 2011

45 photos

... Royal Palace.

We stopped for lunch under shelter just as the storm clouds gathered overhead. The wind picked up and the sky grew very dark and threatening, but the rain never hit us. About the time we finished eating, the clouds rolled away to reveal a beautiful blue sky. We walked back to the city wall and climbed up to the top and enjoyed a great view.

A short drive outside the city walls, the ancient Greek city of Salamis has been excavated to reveal a ...

When Mornings Are Bearable

A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Sep 20, 2011

2 comments, 23 photos

... dislike of sand and its ability to work its way into places where it's least welcome, I ******* love waking up on the beach, crawling out of my sleeping bag, stumbling down to the water to see if a swim is possible without sending my nipples into shock. There's something so calming, so relaxing about waking up to nature that it makes that extra crunch from the sand in your boiled egg sandwiches that little less traumatic.

So ...

Over To The Dark Side

A travel blog entry by travelnshit on Sep 20, 2011

31 photos

... ruled during the time of the Ottomans, paintings depicting the battles that relieved the Venetians of Famagusta in 1571 and a replica of a tent which smelt like dead goat. So it's named for a dude who was instrumental in conquering Famagusta; The Venetians had set up this epic wheel type thing covered with knives which would pretty much turn anyone who tried to get into the city into thinly sliced Turk, so this fella rode his horse into the mechanism ...